|Notes (1st edition)|
|Publisher (this edition):||Kyoto Hanga-In||Kyoto Hanga-In||Kyoto Hanga-In||Kyoto Hanga-In||Kyoto Hanga-In|
|Date of this item:||1951||1951||1951||1951||1951|
|Notes (this edition)|
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
|Thursday, 22 January 2009
Vintage 1951 Ono BAKUFU B. Ohno Original WOODBLOCK Print. Kurodani Garden in Kyoto (Spring), 1st Edition. Published By: Kyoto Hanga-In. Marked: Printed By KYOTO-HANGA-IN 1951. Excellent Condition. Measures Approx: 16" x 11 1/8". In Paper Frame Folder, Found In Bag, In Box With Many Other Original Woodblock Prints, Bag Stamped: Japanese Wood Prints KYOTO HANGAIN Co., LTD..
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|Japanese woodblock print is a "Garden". It's masures 11.5" wide by 16" high. Very Good Condition.||
Bakufu, Ohno- Japanese garden in spring- 3.jpg is:
THIS 1951 PRINT BY BAKUFU OHNO, 1888-1976, IS ONE OF A NUMBER OF PRINTS HE MADE DEPICTING JAPANESE GARDENS. I DON'T KNOW WHETHER THE GARDENS ARE REAL OR JUST IMAGINATIONS BUT THEY SHOW ALL ASPECTS OF TRADITIONAL JAPANESE GARDEN ARCHITECTURE. OHNO MANAGES TO CONVEY THE SERENITY OF THE SCENE IN A SUBTLE WAY. THE PRINT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDSITION AND IS SIGNED IN THREE WAYS, AS ILLUSTRATED. THE IMAGE SIZE IS 15 3/8" x 10 1/2". THE PAPER SIZE IS 15 3/4" x 11 3/8".
Bakufu, Ohno- Japanese garden in spring No 2.jpg is:
Japanese Woodblock Print
This is a nice Japanese woodblock print of a garden with fish swimming in a pond. The print is signed in calligraphy and with the red seal of Ono Bakufu (1888-1976), sometimes known as B. Ohno. There are also red publishing seals down the lower right side margin of the print. This print measures 16" wide x 11 1/4" high (including margins) and is in very good condition with no foxing or toning and not laid down but with tape remnants on the margins of the back as can be seen in the photo. There is a small 'Japan' stamp on the back.
|Ono BAKUFU (1888-1976)
Japanese garden in spring;
oban yoko-e (10?" x 15?").
Signed "Bakufu" and "B. Ohno" with red Bakufu seal;
"B. Tokyo. Moved to Kansai after the 1923 earthquake. Exhibited oil painting at Teiten in 1929. Honorary member of Hyogo prefecture academy of fine arts. Member of Taiheiyogakai. Produced many landscape and fish prints including Great Japanese Fish Picture Collection (Dai Nihon gyorui gashu), 1940, published by Kyoto Hanga-in; blocks were carved by Matsuda and Kikuda: printed by Shinagawa, Nagae, Uchida, Ono." --'Guide to Modern Japanese Prints: 1900-1975' by H. Merritt and N. Yamada