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Snow peony

Snow peony 寒牡丹
by Yamamoto Shoun (1870-1965) - Shokoku

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Artist: Yamamoto Shoun (1870-1965) - Shokoku 山本昇雲 (松谷)
Title: Snow peony 寒牡丹
Series: Fashions of Today
Date 1st edition?1906
Publisher 1st edition?Matsuki Heikichi (Daikokuya)
Publisher (this edition)?Matsuki Heikichi (Daikokuya)
Medium (1st edition): Woodblock
Medium (this edition): Woodblock
Format (1st edition): Oban
Format (this edition): Oban
DB artwork code: 35155
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:

Artist Yamamoto Shoun (1870-1965)
Description Botan yuiki, snow peony from the series: Fashions of today. Published in 1906 by Matsuki Heikichi.
Signed Shoun plus seal.
Size Oban
Condition Finest impression, colour and condition. With a lovely light gofun.The best design from the set.
Price € 2000

Artist Bio: Used the psudonym Shokoku (松谷) in his early career.
明治3年(1870年)高知県に生まれる。絵を山内家のお抱え絵師で狩野洞白の門人柳本圭吾に学び、更に狩野永岳の門人河田小龍に師事し、上京後、図案、染物の原図などを手がけ絵師として立った。明治27年東洋堂より刊行された「風俗画報」の挿絵を担当したのを皮切りに「新撰東京名所図會」と言うシリーズ312図を発表し、こうした雑誌挿絵を主要な活躍舞台としたのであった。 昇雲は維新以降の目まぐるしく変化する文化風俗に着手し、風俗記録画ともいうべき新しいジャンルを確立した。  昭和40年(1965)没

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