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Nishi Izu, Kishio no Fuji

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Nishi Izu, Kishio no Fuji 西伊豆 木負
by Kawase Hasui (1883-1957)

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Artist: Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) 川瀬巴水
Title: Nishi Izu, Kishio no Fuji 西伊豆 木負
Series: 
Date 1st edition?1937/2
Date of this artwork?1937 (may not be accurate)
Publisher 1st edition?Watanabe 渡辺
Publisher (this edition)?Watanabe 渡辺
Medium (1st edition): Woodblock
Medium (this edition): Woodblock
Format (1st edition): Large Oban
Format (this edition): Large Oban
DB artwork code: 33478
Notes (1st edition)?川瀬巴水 
西伊豆木負の富士 
昭和12年】
渡邉庄三郎

Artist Hasui Kawase 1883-1957
Signature Hasui
Seal sui
Dated 1937
Period Shin hanga
Publisher Watanabe

Rating 1 = excellent
Description "Nishi Izu, Kisho no Fuji". Mt. Fuji is seen from Kisho in Izu. Kisho is on the opposite side of Setta Pass across Suruga Bay. Many Shin-hanga artists such as Kasamatsu Shiro, Tsuchiya Koitsu, Asano Takeji and Tokuriki Tomikichiro depicted Mt. Fuji from this location which was known for the excellent view of the mountain.

Format Dai-Oban
Width 12.3 inches = 31.2 cm
Height 16.8 inches = 42.6 cm
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 Mt. Fuji from Kishio
Artist Hasui Kawase 1883-1957
Signature Hasui
Seal sui
Dated 1937
Period Shin hanga
Publisher Watanabe
Impression excellent … (early printing), printed on a soft thick pliable Japanese paper, wood grains visible on the water
Colors excellent … fine gradations
Condition excellent … a pin hole and a crease on the upper left corner, slight toning
Rating 1 = excellent
Description "Nishi Izu, Kisho no Fuji". Mt. Fuji is seen from Kisho in Izu. Kisho is on the opposite side of Setta Pass across Suruga Bay. Many Shin-hanga artists such as Kasamatsu Shiro, Tsuchiya Koitsu, Asano Takeji and Tokuriki Tomikichiro depicted Mt. Fuji from this location which was known for the excellent view of the mountain.
Note Watanabe copy right seal (1929 - 42)
Format Dai-Oban
Width 12.3 inches = 31.2 cm
Height 16.8 inches = 42.6 cm

Artist Bio: 
川瀬 巴水。1883年(明治16年)5月18日 - 1957年(昭和32年)11月7 日)。大正・昭和期の浮世絵師、版画家。1918年 (大正7年)、風景画家として世に出る。以後、数多くの木版画を発表。 衰退した日本の浮世絵版画を復興すべく吉田博らとともに新しい浮世絵版画の叙情的世界に、自然に肉薄する近代人の視点を導入することにより、独自の世界を展開した。享年74歳。

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