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|Notes (1st edition)|
|Publisher (this edition):||Sato Shotaro||Sato Shotaro||Kato Junji||Kato Junji|
|Date of this item:||05/03/1930||1930s||1930s||1930s|
|Notes (this edition)|
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
|Rare Nomura Yoshimitsu Famous Places of Kyoto Japanese Woodblock Print #4
Excellent item from the estate of a former US Navy Admiral. This print by Nomura Yoshimitsu is one of six that I have listed this week on Ebay. It is a hard to find set titled "Famous Places of Kyoto". It is in excellent condition with some minor soiling and light toning. The top is glued on a back board. It measures H 14 3/4 x W 9 1/2.
|Title Takao - Kyoraku Meisho
Artist Yoshimitsu Nomura 20th century
Technique/Medium Woodblock print
Impression very good
Condition very good … a tear repaired on the bottom margin, dust line on the right top edge, slight creases on the margins.
Description "Kyoraku Meisho" (Famous Places of Kyoto) Autumn sceneray at Mt. Takao which is famous for the red maples.
Note "Sato ko" stamped on lower right margin
Format Oban yoko-e
Width 15.2 inches = 38.5 cm
Height 9.8 inches = 25.0 cm
|Wednesday, 15 March 2006
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|Wednesday, 22 November 2006
Up for auction is a nicely framed and matted japanese woodblock print. It measures 19" wide by 14 3/4" tall framed. It is a colorful village & Bridge scene. The condition is good with no foxing spots.