ed. 64 of 200
25.25" x 20"
Stamped TC Cannon, lower right; Signed in pencil Walter Cannon, lower left
In 1975, T. C. Cannon began a collaboration with Japanese master woodcutter Maeda and master printer Uchikawa, a collaboration that continued until Cannon’s untimely death in 1978. The result was the publication of the Memorial Woodcut Suite in an edition of 200. In 1978, Cannon traveled to New York to sign the first two of the completed Japanese woodcuts. He returned to Santa Fe and died in an automobile accident on May 8th. Cannon’s father, Walter, signed the remaining woodcut prints for his son.
T. C. had completed the following woodcuts with his Japanese collaborators: Collector #5 (signed by T. C. Cannon); His Hair Flows Like a River (signed by Walter Cannon); Two Guns Arikara (signed by Walter Cannon); Hopi with Manta (signed by T. C. Cannon) and Woman in Window (signed by Walter Cannon).