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Notes (1st edition)
Publisher (this edition): Takekawa Unokichi Takekawa Unokichi Takekawa Unokichi Takekawa Unokichi
Date of this item: 1891 1891 1891 1891
Notes (this edition)
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
Thursday, 3 August 2006

更科田毎の月, 1891
Good impressions, fine condition
37.6x25.3cm. Each approx.
95,000 YEN
Thursday, 12 October 2006

Sarashina tagoto no tsuki (Moon reflecting on rice fields), triptych, 1891
Good impressions and condition, margins very slightly stained
37.2x24.9cm. Each approx.
65,000 YEN

更科田毎の月 3枚続 明治24年(1891)
各約 37.2x24.9cm.
Title Women in a tea ceremony room
Moon reflected in the rice fields in Sarashina
Artist Chikanobu
Signed Yoshu Chikanobu
Date 1891
Publisher Takegawa Ukichi
Format Oban triptych (29" X 14 1/2")
Impression Fine, lacquer
Condition Excellent color
Triptych: The Hundred Moons of Sarashina

Artist: Chikanobu
Format: Oban triptych: each sheet: 14" x 9.5"

Subject: Multiple reflections shimmer on the surface of the paddy fields at Sarashina. Chikanobu has borrowed Hiroshige's paddyfield design from the Provinces set for this delightful triptych.

Publisher: Takekawa Unikichi

Date: 1891

Condition: Fine colors. Slightly trimmed. Vertical centrefolds. Album backing paper. Minor soils, marks and flaws. Generally good state.

Impression: Fine impression with gauffrage and lacquer.
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