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3- Airing Clothes

3- Airing Clothes
by Toshikata Mizuno (1866-1908) Shosetsu

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Artist: Toshikata Mizuno (1866-1908) Shosetsu
Title: 3- Airing Clothes
Series: The seasons and their fashions 三越好 都のにしき
Date 1st edition?1893 (circa)
Date of this artwork?1904 (may not be accurate)
Publisher 1st edition?Akiyama Buemon (Kokkeido) 秋山武右衛門
Publisher (this edition)?Akiyama Buemon (Kokkeido) 秋山武右衛門
Medium (1st edition): Woodblock
Medium (this edition): Woodblock
Format (1st edition): Not Set
Format (this edition): Not Set
DB artwork code: 37713
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:

Saturday, 29 July 2006



Series Information: Toshikata was commissioned to create a series of 12 domestic scenes when Mitsui Clothing Store (Mitsui Gofuku) changed its name from Echigoya in 1893 (Today, Mitsui is one of Japan's largest corporations). This collection was released once more in 1904 when the store became known as Mitsukoshi. The edition by "Mitsukoshi" was featured in the reference book of the Muller Collection. Most examples of this print are folded, having originally been bound into a book format.

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