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A scenery at Shono, Shirasagi-zuka in Ise

A scenery at Shono, Shirasagi-zuka in Ise
by Yoshitora Utagawa (a.c.1850-1880)

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Artist: Yoshitora Utagawa (a.c.1850-1880) 歌川芳虎
Title: A scenery at Shono, Shirasagi-zuka in Ise
Series: Callegraphy and Pictures of Tokaido 53 Stations
Date 1st edition?1872
Publisher 1st edition?Sawamura-ya Seikichi
Publisher (this edition)?Sawamura-ya Seikichi
Medium (1st edition): Woodblock
Medium (this edition): Woodblock
Format (1st edition): Oban
Format (this edition): Oban
DB artwork code: 32713
Notes (1st edition)?
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:

Title Two Foreigners
Artist Yoshitora Utagawa active ca. 1840-1880
Signature Yoshitora ga
Dated 1872
Period Meiji
Publisher Sawamura-ya Seikichi
Impression very good
Colors very good
Condition very good ... margins somewhat soiled otherwise in excellent condition,
Rating 2 = very good
Description "Shoga Goju-san Eki" (Pictures and Literatures of the Fifty-three Stations) A scenery at Shono, Shirasagi-zuka in Ise. Two men in western clothes are asking the women planting rice for a direction.
Format Oban tate-e
Width 9.8 inches = 25.0 cm
Height 14.6 inches = 37.0 cm

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