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Notes (1st edition)Kiyoshi Kohayagawa (1898-1948) "Woman after a Bath" or "Dressing Her Hair" There are perhaps two colour states for this scene: red and yellow robe, and purple and green robe. Or perhaps purple/green robe examples are just terribly faded versions of the red/yellow robe strikes. 作者:小早川清(明治32〜昭和23) 画題:〔湯上がり〕 体裁:大判新版画〔40.6×26.2cm〕 署名:清、小早川 Artist: Kobayakawa Kiyoshi Format: Large oban tate-e: 16" x 10.25" approx Subject: Against a silver mica ground a bijin in a loosely fitting red and orange robe, makes adjustments to her hair. Publisher: Takamizawa, Tokyo (on verso, bottom right). Date: 1933 Literature Reigle-Stephens, Amy, "The New Wave: Twentieth Century Japanese Prints from the Robert O. Muller Collection", London and Leiden: Bamboo Publishing Ltd. And Hotei, ISBN 1-870076-19-2, - Pg. 145, pl. 195-2
Publisher (this edition): Takamizawa Takamizawa Takamizawa Takamizawa Takamizawa Takamizawa Takamizawa Takamizawa
Date of this item:
Notes (this edition)
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
Title Dressing Her Hair
rare
Artist Kiyoshi Kobayakawa 1897-1948
Description "Kamiyui" (Dressing Her Hair). This design with red-yellow kimono has a different color version with greenish kimono. Kiyoshi KOBAYAKAWA was a traditional Nihon-ga artist and made only 13 designs for woodblock prints. All his beauties feature the soft, round face and and expressive eyes. This girl is quite involved in putting the final touch to her beautifully styled hair.
This design has another color version with orange robe.
Signature Kiyoshi.
Seal Artist's seal (Kobayakawa).
Dated 1931.
Publisher Tanryokudo.
Medium/Technique Woodblock print.
Impression Excellent ... Embossed.
Colors Very good ...Mica on the background, silver metallic pigment.
Condition Very good ... Discolorations on the lower area and along the jaw line. Light colored mat lines along the side edges. Mounting residues on the top corners on verso. The backside is toned but it is not affected the front.
Width Item 10.0 inches = 25.3 cm
Height Item 15.9 inches = 40.3 cm
Literature Reigle-Stephens, Amy, "The New Wave: Twentieth Century Japanese Prints from the Robert O. Muller Collection", London and Leiden: Bamboo Publishing Ltd. and Hotei, ISBN 1-870076-19-2, - Pg. 145, pl. 195-2
Original Vintage Japanese Framed & Matted Oriental Asian

Woodblock Signed Print

Beautiful Woman

The colors sharp and bright. No discoloration or fading. No issues - the print is in excellent condition! The matting has discoloration and dirt all around the edge. The frame has some minor wear.

The Print Measures Approximately 15 1/2" x 9 1/2" The entire framed piece measures 20" x 14 1/2"
Artist Kiyoshi Kobayakawa (1896-1948)
Title Dressing her hair

Date Of Work 1931

Publisher Takamizawa

Dimensions 16 x 10

Condition Fine impression, color and condition.

Notes Original folder. The Female Image #195-1
Title Dressing Her Hair
Artist Kiyoshi Kobayakawa 1897-1948
Signature Kiyoshi.
Seal Artist's seal (Kobayakawa)
Dated 1931
Publisher Privately published.
Medium/Technique Woodblock print.
Impression Excellent … Embossed.
Colors Very good … Lightly faded, mica on the background, silver metallic pigment.
Condition Very good … Paper toning, slightly soiled, light foxing. The print comes with the original presentation mat.
Description "Kamiyui" (Dressing Her Hair). This design with red-yellow kimono has a different color version with greenish kimono. Kiyoshi KOBAYAKAWA was a traditional Nihon-ga artist and made only 13 designs for woodblock prints. All his beauties feature the soft, round face and and expressive eyes. This girl is quite involved in putting the final touch to her beautifully styled hairs.
Width Item 10.2 inches = 25.8 cm
Height Item 15.9 inches = 40.5 cm
Width Mat 14.2 inches = 36.0 cm
Height Mat 20.3 inches = 51.5 cm
Monday, 22 May 2006

Shin Hanga: Dressing the Hair

Artist: Kobayakawa Kiyoshi
Format: Large oban tate-e, silver mica ground: 16" x 10.5" approx


Publisher: Takamizawa, Tokyo (on verso, bottom right).

Date: 1933

Condition: Full size. Mica well preserved. Some small creases. Three foxing spots top edge. Minor marks and flaws. Generally moderately good state.

Colour: Fine

Impression: Fine 1st edition with mica and extensive gauffrage
Condition: Full size. Mica fine. A few light spots. Minor creases. Generally good state.

Colour: Fine

Impression: Very fine with silver mica ground and gauffrage.
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作品:40.4x25.3cm、額:55.7x44.1cm程です。

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