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|Notes (1st edition)||Notes by Ross: The original "genga" sketches were drawn by Kiyochika not long before his death. Some trail prints were also produced around this time, possibly shortly after his death. The much reduced woodblock print series was finally published in 1929. See my notes here.|
|Publisher (this edition):||Daikokuya (Matsuki Heikichi)||Matsuki Heikichi (Daikokuya)|
|Date of this item:||1929|
|Notes (this edition)|
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
|Saturday, 16 February 2008
Size/Format: Oban Yoko-e ( 15.75 by 10.75ins )
Description: The winter moon above Sumida river.
Series: Views in Japan
Publisher: Daikokuya (Matsuki Heikichi)
Condition: Tapes marks verso.
Notes: The blocks for this series were in preparation when Kiyochika died in 1915 and were first issued shortly thereafter. The set appears to comprise some 26 designs and is exceptionally rare. Each print bears the publisher's stamp verso together with the notation Kiyochika Fukei Shin-ga Hampu kai, i.e. of a limited edition.
Price: ?480 ORDER
|Wednesday, 15 October 2008
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Kinryuzan seen from Sumida riverbank under the winter moon, published from Kiyochika shinga ryofukai
Good impression and condition, slightly stained