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GGP01 Six Screen Prints of Meijin

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Yasuhisa Tamura (1874 - 1940) better known by his go player’s name - Shusai - became a sad and noble symbol of the ancient Japan. Being the last appointed Meijin, he was regarded as the strongest go player for decades. In the late 20’s, his supremacy was in danger, with the emergence of two geniusses Go Seigen and Kitani Minoru. Both of these players rose to the top of the go world to challenge Shusai in official title matches. To everyone’s surprise, Shusai managed a narrow win over Go Seigen, who started the game with the famous san-san, star-point and tengen opening. In 1937, Shusai was ill and seemingly exhausted, accepted the challenge from Kitani Minoru. The time allotmeny of 40 hours per player showed what an extraordinary match this was. When the game ended on December 4th, 1938, the ‘invincible master’ had lost his last match. With the help of old photographs, Harald Germer transformed this epic struggle into 6 works of art. The style of Japanese wood print tradition added to the sensible strokes of Germer’s drawing stye. Harald Germer, born in 1952 is a well-known artist and also an amateur go player, Some of his works can be found in museums and official art collections. The edition of ‘Meijin’ is strictly limited to 100 numbered and personally signed br Germer. They are printed on the finest 300 gm Lana-Buetten paper, sized 30 x 40 cm. The 6 screen prints of the edition come in a handsome grey case.


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