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Natsu Yosoi no Musume- Daugher in a summer kimono

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Natsu Yosoi no Musume- Daugher in a summer kimono 夏装之娘-かそうのむすめ
by Goyo Hashiguchi (1880-1921)

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Artist: Goyo Hashiguchi (1880-1921) 橋口五葉
Title: Natsu Yosoi no Musume- Daugher in a summer kimono 夏装之娘-かそうのむすめ
Date of first edition?1920/8
Publisher (first edition)?Not Set
Publisher (this edition)?Not Set
Medium (first edition): Woodblock
Medium (this edition): Woodblock
Format (first edition): Double Oban
Format (this edition): Double Oban
DB artwork code: 33245
Notes (first edition)?
Artist: Goyo, Hashiguchi, 1880-1921
Title: Young Woman in a Summer Kimono
Date: 1920
Medium: woodblock
Illustrated: Female Image, pl. 21
Comments: Mica and color in remarkably fine state; this design only printed posthumously; this impression probably appears to be printed in the 1920s
Notes (this edition)?
The following information was taken from the original web listing of this artwork. Note that there may be some inaccuracies:

This is from the first edition.

Saturday, 2 October 2010

Artist Goyo
Title Young woman in summer kimono
Date August 1920
Format 12" X 23"
Comment Mica background and obi.
The line that appears on the scan is an artifact of piecing two scans. The mica background and obi are very reflective.
This print was based on a drawing of a waitress. The work existed only in proofs at the time of Goyo's death, but the printing was carried out by his brother and his son.

Artist Bio: 
A Note on the 1970's/80's restrikes:

Tanseisha edition:

One of the 12-print sets, titled "Hashiguchi Goyo 60-Year Memorial) was published in an edition size of only 150 and is dated 1981, December 1st. I assume this to be the first edition by Tanseisha. It is obvious that Tanseisha subsequently published other sets after this date, using different printers. One of these later editions included an extra print, so a 13-print edition.

Yuyudo editions:

A 6-print set of bijin-ga in blue canvas tatou album with edition size of 750.

A 12-print edition, size unconfirmed.

A 2-print set of large-size scenes "Hand Mirror" and "Yabakei" with edition size of around 500.

Iwasaki Shoten:

Published "Woman Combing Her Hair" in an edition size of 180 in 1988, October 20 (see database entry 46012).

Watanabe Shoichiro: Watanabe has recently (2017 or earlier) started publishing some of the Goyo scenes.

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