Jun’ichiro Sekino: A Closer Look


We are proud to present a selection of nearly 100 works by this modern master, most of which were acquired directly from the artist’s estate.  The group contains Sekino’s iconic designs such as Bungoro in the Dressing Room, 1947, Kichiemon Nakamura, 1947, and several prints from his own Tokaido Road series. What are even more notable are the exceedingly rare, and even unique, self-printed impressions and original sketches from his early period work, as well as scarce etchings and an oil painting of his wife, Katsuko. This exhibition provides an unprecedented opportunity to acquire museum-caliber artwork at attainable prices.

We invite you to have a glimpse into Sekino’s forgotten closest, closed off long ago, and only recently opened by the family.


Red Windmill, Shinjuku Sekino, Jun'ichiro, 1914-1988 Red Windmill, Shinjuku $3,500
Victory of Knosuron Sekino, Jun'ichiro, 1914-1988 Victory of Knosuron $3,000
Yasunori Taninaka Sekino, Jun'ichiro, 1914-1988 Yasunori Taninaka $2,000
Nude Reclining (Ex-Libris) Sekino, Jun'ichiro, 1914-1988 Nude Reclining (Ex-Libris) $600