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Notes (1st edition)
Publisher (this edition): Not Set Kaiseki Print Publishing Society Not Set
Date of this item: 1929 1929
Notes (this edition)
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
Title Mt. Fuji and Sakata River
Artist Kaiseki Jokata 1882-1966

Description Mt. Fuji is seen from the Sakata River. A stone pillar indicating the border line between Shizuoka prefecture and Kanagawa prefecture stands on the left. The tall towers relaying the high voltage electricity stand in the otherwise pristine, rugged scenery.
Kaiseki was a rare Shin Hanga artist. He did 12 print series of Mt. Fuji.
Signature "Kaiseki hitsu".
Seal Artist's seal.
Dated 1929.
Medium/Technique Woodblock print.
Impression Excellent - very good.
Colors Excellent - very good.
Condition Very good ... Nominally toned. Light creases and foxing on the margins.
Width Item 14.6 inches = 37.0 cm
Height Item 11.2 inches = 28.5 cm
Tuesday, 24 October 2006

Mt. Fuji and the Sakawa River
Comments- The rolling hills around the soft color river and a small traditional home. Our lovely setting from which to view Fuji. Excellent print from the series.

Signature- Kaiseki hitsu
Seal- Kaiseki
Image size- 14" x 10 3/4"
Condition- In excellent condition overall as shown with no holes, tears, repairs, or other issues to report. Beautiful, rich original color and very fine detail. A terrific choice for the discerning collector or as a print display. Please note; folders are slightly spotted and a bit stained here or there. This is not an issue, they are for historical purposes only.
Saturday, 21 January 2006

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