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This is a gorgeous woodblock print of a young girl by sosaku hanga master Kiyoshi Saito. The print measures about 14 x 9 1/2 (image) plus margins. It is pencil signed lower right and sealed with the artist's red seal. Moderately toned in the margins, but the image is very nice. Excellent color and impression; great woodgrain in the background.
Kawano, Kaoru- child carrying a younger child 2- 1.jpg is:

Japanese Woodblock Print by Kiyoshi Saito, 1960s.

The size is 10 x 14 3/8 ins. The signature, K Saito, is written in pencil in the bottom margin, the publisher's seal printed in red on the left margin. This print, and the other 2 by the same artist, we are currently offering, was collected by the late Professor Bill Enking of Pasadena University in Japan in the 1960s. It has been kept in a folder and is untrimmed and unfaded. The condition is almost mint.

This print was done by master woodblock artist Kiyoshi Saito. It is pencil signed in his own hand, rather than printed on. It is a beautiful print of a child carrying a younger child. It is a full sheet in great condition.

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