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When I purchased this hand-signed and numbered silkscreen print it was as you see it--in a glassless frame surrounded by a stained and yellowed matte. The print itself has a wee bit of gentle wrinkling near the bottom, but overall the image is in fine shape with a good impression and bright, even colors.

I absolutely love this picture: it's mod, it's cool and it's quirky. Yoshisuke Funasaka is known for including lemons in his compositions and I smile every time I see the fruit peeking from behind the containers.

If you buy it I'll be shipping it without the frame or matte. You're going to want to replace them anyway since they're worn and dirty.

The image itself is about 16 x 17 cm (6.2" x 6.7"). The artist printed 100 copies in all and this is #15. Funasaka is Japanese.

Japanese Print by Yoshisuke Funasaka (1931- ), serigraph


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: Paper, silkscreen inks
  • Only ships to United States from Japan.
  • Feedback: 62 reviews
  • Favorited by: 18 people