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The river Uji at moonrise in Kyoto

The river Uji at moonrise in Kyoto
by Kamei Tobei (1901-1977)

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Artist: Kamei Tobei (1901-1977) 亀井藤兵衛
Title: The river Uji at moonrise in Kyoto
Series: Ten Lovely Sights In Kyoto
Date 1st edition?Not set
Publisher 1st edition?Not Set
Publisher (this edition)?Not Set
Medium (1st edition): Woodblock
Medium (this edition): Woodblock
Format (1st edition): Postcard
Format (this edition): Postcard
DB artwork code: 32048
Notes (1st edition)?There is also a recarved version of this print in aiban format.
Notes (this edition)?The following information was taken from the original web listing of this artwork. Often written by non-experts, there may be inaccuracies:

KAMEI TOBEI (1901-1977)
Authentic woodblock print by the Kyoto artist Kamei Tobei. This particular print is of the river Uji at moonrise in Kyoto. it measures 3.75 x 5.75 inches. It is in excellent condition, tipped to card stock. Sealed Kamei.

Artist Bio: Kamei Tobei studied at Kyoto Kaiga Semmon Gakko. He was a founding member of the Kyoto Sosaku Hanga Kyokai. With Tomikichiro Tokuriki and Kotozuka Eiichi he established his own publishing company to support the selling of Sosaku Hanga prints. In 1953 Kamei followed an old Japanese artist tradition and changed his name - to Genbei Kamei.

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