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Notes (1st edition)
Publisher (this edition): Doi Sadaichi Doi Hangaten Doi Hangaten Doi Hangaten Doi Hangaten Doi Hangaten Doi Hangaten Doi Hangaten Hamamatsu-Do (Doi Hangaten)
Date of this item: 1938 March 1950-63 1950-63 1950-63 1950-63 1950-63 1950-63 1950-63 1963-81
Notes (this edition)
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:

Up for bid is a woodblock print by Tsuchiya Koitsu (1870-1949). Image area is is 15 114" X 10 1/14" (sheet 16 3/4" X 11"). After close examination, I would rate condition for its age as fair: age toning on image and margins with some foxing on upper right sky area. Medium to small foxing on margins. On back: tape residue on four corners, foxing and toning throughout. Good bleed through. No repairs or damage on image but some wrinkling on top margin and a minor crease on bottom margin.


This is a lovely vintage Japanese woodblock measuring 10 1/4" x 15 1/2" depicting a street scene with a pagoda in the background. Artist's signatures in margins. Image is larger than scanner bed, thus, not shown in entirety. Excellent condition.
"Hakozaki Hachimangu Temple"
by Tsuchiya Koitsu, 1938
oban

Koitsu-Hakozaki Hachimangu Temple- Hangaten_Harada_Yokoi.jpg is:

Offered for sale is a Japanese woodblock print by Tsuchiya Koitsu (1870-1949), titled Hakozaki Hachimangu Temple, 1939. This design is an early Doi publication, as evidenced by the Harada/Yokoi carver/printer seals (Yokoi was only active as a printer through 1945).

This print is slightly faded and on the reverse it is lightly toned and there are tape stains across the entire perimeter of the margins, which are still a bit sticky, but do not affect the face of the print. It is not backed and there are no repairs. The image measures 15 ? by 10 ? inches, plus full margins.
Artist: Tsuchiya, Koitsu (1870-1949)
Series: Doi publisher
Title or Subject: KYUSHU HAKOZAKI, HACHIMANGU
Signature or Seal: Signature and seal, Doi watermark & seal
Date or Circa: 1939
Paper Size: 16 3/4 x 11 1/4 inches
Impression/Color/Condition: Good/Good/Good

Description: Mat toning line in image, otherwise good state
Kyushu Hakozaki Hachiman Shrine by Tsuchiya Koitsu. Genuine woodblock print dated March Showa 13. Later post war impression. Fine condition. Oban size measures 16.8 x 11.4 inches. Never been framed. Still tipped inside original presentation folio. Nice texture and ink bleedthrough. Doi Hanga Ten publisher's seal, Yokoi printer's seal and Harada carver's seal in left margin.

Japanese woodblock print by Koitsu Tsuchiya (1870-1949) entitled gHakozaki Hachiman Shrine" ,("Kyushu Hakozaki Hachimangu"). Later Hama impression posthumously printed from Koitsufs original blocks. These later editions are identical to the earlier editions except for the publisherfs seal. Beautiful condition, with excellent color and registration, and strong ink bleed through. Oban size image measures15 1/4h x 10 1/4h, plus full margins.Reference can be found in CHIGASAKI Museum's Koitsu Exhibition Catalouge pl# 34,p34.This print comes framed with a thin paper matting.I removed the print from the frame to show the seals and signature.
2004/12/31

Title: Hakozaki
Artist: Tsuchiya Koitsu (1870-1949)
Size: 10in. X 15in.

The Stokes Collection
The print size is 17 x 11 1/2 inches. The colors, which are vivid and vibrant, are in layers. The artistfs signature and his chop stamp are at the lower left corner of the print. In the lower right border, it writes the title of this woodblock print and March Showa 13, which is 1938. In the upper left border, there is publisherfs inspection seal, and in the lower left border, there are carverfs and printerfs name and their stamps.

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