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© Teppei Sasakura

2000: Portovenere (Teppei)

An atmospheric evening view of the waterfront of this historic town in Liguria - at the eastern end of the Italian Riviera. Founded around two thousand years ago, it was named originally after the goddess Venus: this explains the original title Viinasu no minato, or "Port of Venus". There are some variations - the version on the box is "Porto Vénere" which also appears to be genuine.


Wikipedia article

Born in Hyogo prefecture in 1954, Teppei earned a degree in commercial design from Musashino Art University, to begin a successful career as an illustrator. He has also had many exhibitions of his own work, in which European scenes in particular are prominent.

Sasakura is his family name - he signs his pictures "Teppei S."

* This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

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An Epoch puzzle: 2000 pieces; 102 x 73 cm (40" x 29")
Code: E22014 (22-014 on box)
Retail price ¥5800

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