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|MEASURES APPROX. 11ACROSS BY 16.75INCHES, SILVER MICA ON FAN. SLIGHT FOXING TAPE BURN VERY NOTICABLE FROM BACK MINOR TO FRONT OTHERWISE IN VERY GOOD SHAPE.I DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT THIS ONE. SIGNED IN PENCIL FULL NAME AND RED SEAL UPPER LEFT CORNER
||You are bidding on a woodblock print by Kaoru Kawano. He is known for his woodblock prints of children. This is a seal signed woodblock of a little girl in traditional clothing holding a fan. The print is under glass and readt to hang. I have not examined the print outside the frame so I do not know if it is signed below his chop mark or not. The signature is usually below his red seal. The seal is in the lower left and the mat would cover any signature. It is in good condition with no known problems. Also I need to tell you that Kawano used a shiny surface on this print so when it is in direct sunlight it shimmers. The image showing is 13.5" x 9" with the mat and frame it is 18.5" x 14".
||Title Girl and Ogi Fan
Artist Kaoru Kawano 1916-1965 - click for artist
Seal artist's seal (kaoru)
Dated ca. 1950-60
Impression excellent - very good … (Posthumous printing)
Colors excellent … mica on Ogi
Condition very good … upper margin creased, lower left corner creased
Description Girl holds a large ogi-fan.
Width 11.2 inches = 28.5 cm
Height 16.9 inches = 43.0 cm
|Original woodblock by Kawano Kaoru and circa 1950s. Very compelling image of a young girl with her fan. Strong impression with the textures and colors complimenting one another. Looks like mica printed on the outer fan. Signed in pencil at the top and artist's red seal. Very good condition. 16 3/4 x 11 1/2 inches.