Shokichi SATO

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Kitamé, Japan, 1937

Shokichi Sato he learned the lost wax process in Montreal from the master sculptor M.A. Montagutelli, a former teacher at l'École des beaux-arts In Paris. He has exhibited his charcoal and red chalk drawings as well as his bronze sculptures since 1986. His work always refers to the human form, but, according to the artist, "... as the work materializes, it becomes more complex through the transmutation of the animal and vegetal worlds and the world of inanimate objects."

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Shokichi SATO - Mizu (Beautiful) Mizu (Beautiful)
7" x 17"
Bronze 1/8

4,800.00$ CAD
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Shokichi SATO - Rose Rose
7" x 7"
Bronze 1/5

2,800.00$ CAD
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Shokichi SATO - La femme tripod La femme tripod
17" x 6 1/2"
Bronze 1/8

3,900.00$ CAD
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Shokichi SATO - Shingu Shingu
H. 9 3/4"
Bronze 1/5

2,800.00$ CAD
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Shokichi SATO - Tulipe Tulipe
H. 12 1/2"
Bronze 2/5

3,300.00$ CAD
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Shokichi SATO - Ika Ika
10 1/2" x 6 1/2"
Bronze 1/5

2,780.00$ CAD
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Shokichi SATO - La petite famille La petite famille
H. 16"
Bronze /8

4,650.00$ CAD
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Shokichi SATO - Le Dieu Coq Le Dieu Coq
20 1/2" x 10 1/2"
Bronze 1/5

4,650.00$ CAD
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Shokichi SATO - Déesse Déesse
H. 13"
Bronze 3/8

2,800.00$ CAD
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Shokichi SATO - Berceau Berceau
13" x 4"
Bronze 4/8

2,800.00$ CAD
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