The internet is an amazing thing. I google Christian folk art because I love simple folk images, and I find out about a Japanese folk artist whose work was partially responsible for preserving an art form as well as spreading the Gospel.
thanks to Matt Overton for having the image in his somewhat dormant blog
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When I was in the US Navy, I was sationed in Japan. Needless to say, I bought this print in 1987 and now am curious as to what it is worth. Given that Watanabesan is now longer with us. Anyone can comment on this and I am also going to have Allison Tolman of the Tolman Collection out of NYC appraise it for me too.
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