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Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) and Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915)  a) Chûban, yoko-e. Title: Koronbusu no yû. The arrival of Columbus’ ship. With explanatory text. Signed: Motome ni ôjite Taiso Yoshitoshi ga. Seal: Taiso. Publisher: Tsunajima Kamekichi. Date: Meiji 16 (1883). b) Ôban, yoko-e. Title: Shinagawa kaijô chôbô no zu. Foreign ship in the pink sunset. Signed: Kobayashi Kiyochika. Publisher: Fukuda Kumajirô. Date: Meiji 12 (1879). (2) Good to very good impressions, good colours…

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) and Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915) a) Chûban, yoko-e. Title: Koronbusu no yû. The arrival of Columbus’ ship. With explanatory text. Signed: Motome ni ôjite Taiso Yoshitoshi ga. Seal: Taiso. Publisher: Tsunajima Kamekichi. Date: Meiji 16 (1883). b) Ôban, yoko-e. Title: Shinagawa kaijô chôbô no zu. Foreign ship in the pink sunset. Signed: Kobayashi Kiyochika. Publisher: Fukuda Kumajirô. Date: Meiji 12 (1879). (2) Good to very good impressions, good colours…

Japanse woodblockprint - kleuren houtsnede - Sadanobu ga - Japan - ca. 1860-1865

Japanse woodblockprint - kleuren houtsnede - Sadanobu ga - Japan - ca. 1860-1865

Japanse woodblockprint - kleuren houtsnede - Sadanobu ga - Japan - ca. 1860-1865

Japanse woodblockprint - kleuren houtsnede - Sadanobu ga - Japan - ca. 1860-1865

KEISAI EISEN - 溪斎英泉 (1790 - 1848). Shinobugaoka no bosetsu – ''Nightly Snow over Shinobugaoka“ (忍が岡の暮雪). Original color woodblock print from the series Edo hakkei - ''Eight Aspects of Edo“(江戸八景). Signature: Keisei Eisen ga. Seal: Keisai & Eisen. Publisher: Yamamoto Heikichi (Eikyudo). Censor seal: Nanushi-seal Watari. Issued about 1843/45. OBAN 36,6 x 25,2 CM

KEISAI EISEN - 溪斎英泉 (1790 - 1848). Shinobugaoka no bosetsu – ''Nightly Snow over Shinobugaoka“ (忍が岡の暮雪). Original color woodblock print from the series Edo hakkei - ''Eight Aspects of Edo“(江戸八景). Signature: Keisei Eisen ga. Seal: Keisai & Eisen. Publisher: Yamamoto Heikichi (Eikyudo). Censor seal: Nanushi-seal Watari. Issued about 1843/45. OBAN 36,6 x 25,2 CM

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) a) Horizontal ôban triptych. Title: Onna gyôretsu kôron no zu. A long procession of female daimyô. Signed: unread. Publisher: Sanoya Kihei. Censor: kiwame. b) Ôban triptych. Series: Setsugekka no uchi. Title: Tsuki no yûkaku? Three women on an engawa. Signed: Hiroshige ga. Seal. Publisher: Ibaya Sensaburô. Censors: Yoshimura and Muramatsu. (2) Good impressions, a) still very good colours, slightly yellowed, slightly soiled and creased, margins trimmed, b) fair…

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) a) Horizontal ôban triptych. Title: Onna gyôretsu kôron no zu. A long procession of female daimyô. Signed: unread. Publisher: Sanoya Kihei. Censor: kiwame. b) Ôban triptych. Series: Setsugekka no uchi. Title: Tsuki no yûkaku? Three women on an engawa. Signed: Hiroshige ga. Seal. Publisher: Ibaya Sensaburô. Censors: Yoshimura and Muramatsu. (2) Good impressions, a) still very good colours, slightly yellowed, slightly soiled and creased, margins trimmed, b) fair…

Both parts are signed and titled: Left: Ancient Sea, Nautilus. 19/45. Signed lower right: Mayumi. Right: Ancien Sea, Spider Conch. 19/45. Signed lower right: Mayumi. Each paper measures 39" x 25". Framed and under glass: 44" x 56".

Both parts are signed and titled: Left: Ancient Sea, Nautilus. 19/45. Signed lower right: Mayumi. Right: Ancien Sea, Spider Conch. 19/45. Signed lower right: Mayumi. Each paper measures 39" x 25". Framed and under glass: 44" x 56".

Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797–1858). View of Mount Fuji from Seven-ri Beach, Province of Sagami (Sōshū: Shichi-ri ga hama), from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjūrokkei), dated 4th month, Horse year 1858. Japan. Edo period (1615–1868). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1914 (JP59)

Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797–1858). View of Mount Fuji from Seven-ri Beach, Province of Sagami (Sōshū: Shichi-ri ga hama), from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjūrokkei), dated 4th month, Horse year 1858. Japan. Edo period (1615–1868). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1914 (JP59)

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(Image:  Torii Kotondo)

(Image: Torii Kotondo)

HASUI WOODBLOCK RAIN AT SHINAGAWA

HASUI WOODBLOCK RAIN AT SHINAGAWA

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