Ikki was a versatile artist who spent his working life in the United States. During his lifetime he made more than fifty screenprints of birds. Twenty-five examples are shown in this gallery. Click on a picture to enlarge it. Some of Ikki’s bird subjects were native to Japan (e.g., pictures 1-4) while others were from the Americas (e.g., pictures 7-25). Most birds were drawn in a true-to life way (e.g., pictures 1-18). Others were drawn only semi-accurately when the picture composition was humorous rather than serious (e.g. pictures 21-23). To see more of Ikki’s artwork click here.

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