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Kobayashi Kiyochika, (1847-1915)

Distant View of the Bridge, Ichinohashi, From the Great River [Sumida] Embankment
(Okawagishi Ichinohashi Enkei)

With the title, Okawagishi ichinohashi enkei, across the bottom margin and the publication information at the lower left which reads, Otodoke Meiji jusannen - tsuki - hi (delivery Meiji 13 [1880] - month --day), Hasegawa-cho jukyu-banchi shuppanjin Fukuda Kumajiro (publisher Fukuda Kumajiro of Hasegawa town, no. 19), and signed Yonezawa-cho itchome ni-banchi gako Kobayashi Kiyochika (designer Kobayashi Kiyochika of Yonezawa town, first block, no. 2).

oban yoko-e 24.8 by 36.6 cm

kikumon

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