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Distant view of Tenjin Bridge

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Distant view of Tenjin Bridge
by Oda Kazuma (1882-1956)

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Artist: Oda Kazuma (1882-1956) 織田一麿
Title: Distant view of Tenjin Bridge
Series: Views of Osaka 大阪風景
Date 1st edition?1918
Publisher 1st edition?Self
Publisher (this edition)?Self
Medium (1st edition): Lithograph
Medium (this edition): Lithograph
Format (1st edition): Large Oban
Format (this edition): Large Oban
DB artwork code: 42564
Notes (1st edition)? ODA KAZUMA
Distant view of Tenjin Bridge, from Osaka fukei (Views of Osaka), lithograph, edition of 50, 1918

33.5x48.5cm.
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:

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

71-303
ODA KAZUMA
Distant view of Tenjin Bridge, from Osaka fukei (Views of Osaka), lithograph, edition of 50, 1918
Good impression and condition, some minor wormholes in margins
33.5x48.5cm.
140,000 YEN

Artist Bio: ODA KAZUMA
Many artists of the first half of the 20th century drifted back and forth between the two poles of sôsaku-hanga and shin-hanga. Oda Kazuma was an artist who was able to produce notable works by both means; that is, with a publisher or independently. Born in Tokyo, he studied Western-style painting with Kawamura Kiyoo (1899-1934) and lithography with Kaneko Masajirô. Kazuma worked primarily as a lithographer, but he was also an ukiyo-e enthusiast, publishing two books on the subject. He was a contributor to Hôsun ca. 1909-11, an art magazine co-founded by Ishii Hakutei (1882-1958); a founding member (and only lithographer) of Nihon Sôsaku-Hanga Kyôkai (Creative Print Society) in 1918; Yôfû Hangakai (Western Style Print Society) in 1930; and Nihon Hanga Kyôkai (Japan Print Association) in 1931. And yet, with all his sôsaku-hanga associations, in the 1920's he designed six shin-hanga type woodblock prints published by Watanabe. This print is an example of his self-carved and self-printed works. -- Scholten Gallery

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