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Lake and Waterfalls

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Lake and Waterfalls
by Ito Nisaburo

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Artist: Ito Nisaburo
Title: Lake and Waterfalls
Date 1st edition?Not set
Publisher 1st edition?Self
Publisher (this edition)?Self
Medium (1st edition): Watercolour
Medium (this edition): Watercolour
Format (1st edition): Postcard
Format (this edition): Postcard
DB artwork code: 42992
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:

Monday, 23 May 2011

Title Lake and Waterfalls
provenance: Uchida Family Archives
Artist Nisaburo Ito 1910-1988
Dated Ca. 1930 - 40s.
Publisher Uchida.
Medium/Technique Watercolor on paper.
Colors Excellent - very good.
Condition Very good ... (Original Painting) Paper toning. Pasted on a backing paper. (Trial print) Slightly toned and slight foxing on the light colored area. (Final print) No problem to report.
Description A set of the original water color painting, a proof print hand colored by the artist and the final print.
The famous view from Akechi-daira in Nikko. The Kegon waterfall, Shirakumo waterfall and the Lake Chuzenji and the Shirane Mountains.
They have been kept in the famous publisher in Kyoto, The Uchida, archives.
Note Uchida Han is an important Japanese publishing company with branches in both Tokyo and Kyoto. Founded in 1919, the company is still in existence today as an active publisher of shin-hanga in addition to publishing re-strikes of Edo period ukiyo-e prints. Uchida family has been a major force in introducing and promoting mainly major Kyoto school shin hanga artist such as Tokuriki Tomikichiro, Asada Benji, Ito Nisaburo, Hasegawa Konobu (Sadanobu), Eiichi Kotozuka and many others. The Kyoto Shin Hanga School probably offers the best value for money when purchasing shin hanga prints.
Width Item 4.3 inches = 11.0 cm
Height Item 6.1 inches = 15.6 cm

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