About this artwork
Almost all of Noda Tetsuya’s prints bear the title Diary, as the images document his experiences on a particular day. For these prints, the artist used woodblocks for the chair and ground, and then used stencils of photographs made with a scanner for the figures. Although the two prints depict figures of different genders, it seems that Noda used the same blocks for the chair in both prints.
- Noda Tetsuya
- Diary: Nov. 7th '68 ( #1)
- Made 1963–1973
- Woodblock and silkscreen prints
- 81.1 x 78.7 cm (31 15/16 x 31 in.)
- Gift of the Estate of Lawrence O'Connor