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Notes (1st edition)
Publisher (this edition): Unsodo Unsodo
Date of this item: 1952
Notes (this edition)
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
Takeji ASANO (1900-??)

"Moonlight in Mii Temple"

Print size is 15.75" x 10.75"

Early Edition

Condition is very good. No tears, folds or creases. This print is perfect in every way. Strong image bleedthrough to verso
Original Takeji Asano (1900 - 1999) Japanese Woodblock Print
Moonlight in Mii Temple, 1952

Moonlight in Mii Temple, 1952 - Beautiful view of Mii Temple beneath a full moon, the structure in gray shadow framing the scene at left. At lower right, a single figure looks out over the water as clouds edges with yellow light drift across the night sky. Lovely detail in the architecture and the handling of the shadows falling across the pavement. A rare first edition printing with the date of 1952 printed in lower left margin. The first time we've offered this atmospheric design.

Publisher - Unsodo, with publisher's seal in left margin

Artist - Takeji Asano (1900 - 1999)

Image Size - 14 1/8" x 9 3/8" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent detail as shown. Remnants of paper hinge mounts on reverse at top corners. Slight toning. Please see photos for details. Good overall.
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