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Notes (1st edition)
Publisher (this edition): Ryoku-uso Gahitsu Ryoku-uso Gahitsu Ryoku-uso Gahitsu Ryoku-uso Gahitsu Ryoku-uso Gahitsu Ryoku-uso Gahitsu
Date of this item: 1934 1934 1934 1934 1934 1934
Notes (this edition)
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
Saturday, 6 August 2005

Artist
Ishikawa Toraji

Series
Ten types of female nudes

Title
Morning
Date Of Work
1935

Publisher
Ryoku-uso Gashitsu

Dimensions
19.125 x 14.625

Condition
1st Ed. Fine impresson, color and condition. Very slightly toned at edges from original folder. Still has original onion skin title sheet.

Notes

Price
Artist: Ishikawa, Toraji (1875-1964)
Series: 10 Nudes
Title or Subject: Morning
Signature or Seal: Signature and seal
Date or Circa: 1935
Paper Size: 19 1/2 x 15 inches
Impression/Color/Condition: Good/Good/Good

Description: Good state
Morning

Artist: Ishikawa Toraji
Format: Dai Oban tate-e: 19" x 14.75"

Subject: A girl sits on a red stool to dry her hair, after her morning bath.

Date: 1934

Condition: Full size. Slightly rubbed on verso. Minor creases and marks. Generally fine state.

Colour: Fine colors.

Impression: Fine impression with gauffrage
Wednesday, 23 August 2006

Shin Hanga: Morning

Artist: Ishikawa Toraji
Format: Dai oban tate-e: 19" x 15" approx

Subject: A first edition example of 'Morning' from the series 'Ten Types of Female Nude'.

A student of Koyama Shotaro, Toraji Ishikawa entered his paintings in several exhibitions of the Meiji Fine Arts Society. One of the founding members of the Taiheiyo Gakai in 1901, he traveled in Europe and the US in the early 1900s. He exhibited at the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco in 1915. Toraji received the Imperial Award of the Japan Art Academy in 1950. His prints include Inland Sea Landscapes (1930s) and the series "Ten Types of Female Nude"

Date: 1934

Condition: Full size with large margins (not shown in scan). Minor blemishes, marks and flaws. A printer's crease in bottom margin. Generally very good state of preservation.

Colour: Fine

Impression: Fine 1st edition impression with gauffrage

Other Notes: See: The Female Image, Pl. 238

Title Ten Types of Female Nudes - Morning
Artist Toraji Ishikawa 1875-1964
Signature "Ishikawa".
Seal Artist's seal ("tora").
Dated 1935.
Medium/Technique Woodblock print.
Impression Excellent - very good Embossed. Printed on a "Ishikawa Toraji" water marked paper.
Colors Excellent Metallic pigment on the shoes.
Condition Very good Slightly toned. Margins slightly creased. A light horizontal crease, about 4 inches long, on the upper middle area. The original thin transparent paper is still attached to the print at the right margin.
Description "Asa". From the series "Rajo Jusshu" ("Ten Types of Female Nudes"). The series has been Toraji Ishikawa's most famous works.
Note Carver Yamagishi Kazue, Printer Matsuzaki Keisaburo.
Width Item 14.6 inches = 37.0 cm
Height Item 19.3 inches = 49.0 cm
Width Image 11.6 inches = 29.5 cm
Height Image 15.0 inches = 38.0 cm
Saturday, 24 June 2006

Shin Hanga: Ten Types of Female Nude: Morning

Artist: Ishikawa Toraji
Format: Dai oban tate-e: 19" x 15" approx

Subject: From the fine series 'Ten Types of Female Nude', a young woman in the bathhouse drying her hair.

A student of Koyama Shotaro, Toraji Ishikawa entered his paintings in several exhibitions of the Meiji Fine Arts Society. One of the founding members of the Taiheiyo Gakai in 1901, he traveled in Europe and the US in the early 1900s. He exhibited at the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco in 1915. Toraji received the Imperial Award of the Japan Art Academy in 1950. His prints include Inland Sea Landscapes (1930s) and the series "Ten Types of Female Nudes" (1934).

Date: 1935

Condition: Full size. Minor marks and flaws. Generally fine state.

Colour: Fine 1st edition impression (distinguished by the absence of the Japanese character in right margin, which was added for the second edition onwards), with gauffrage

Impression: Fine

Other Notes: Ref: 'The Female Image, Pl. 238

Estimated Value: ?1500 - ?2000
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