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Notes (1st edition)
Publisher (this edition): Matsuki Heikichi (Daikokuya) Matsuki Heikichi (Daikokuya)
Date of this item: 1899 1899
Notes (this edition)
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
No: 8032
Artist: Shuntei Miyagawa 1873-1914
Signature: Shuntei Gyoshi
Publisher: Fukuda Kumajiro
Date: 04/1898
Size: 27,5 x 13,9 in
Format: 3 oban triptych
Title: "Tosei fuzoku-tsu"
Bräuche der Gegenwart
Vergnügungsfahrt mit dem Boot.
Impression: fine - , lacquer and silver printing, embossing
Colors: fine
Condition: very good - , Meiji albumbacking, light red transfere,middle sheet:in the ship- small part rubbed
Title Beauty and Cherry Blossom
Artist Shuntei Miyagawa 1873-1914 - click for artist
Signature Shuntei gyoshi
Seal artist's seal
Dated 1899
Period Meiji
Publisher Fukuda Hatsujiro
Impression excellent
Colors excellent ... shiny shomen-zuri
Condition very good ... paper toning, lightly soiled, red ink specks on right panel. Not backed, not pasted together and full margined panels (original state)
Rating 2 = very good
Description "Tosei Furyu Tsu" (Today's Elegant Manners and Customs). Ladies are on excursion boat for a viewing of cherry blossoms along a river.
Format 3 Oban tate-e
Width 30.7 inches = 78.0 cm
Height 14.8 inches = 37.5 cm

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