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Kaburaki Kiyokata, (1878-1972)

Light Snow, Customs of Young Women: Beauty of the Fifteenth Year of Meiji [1882]
(Meiji Jugonen Koro no Fuzoku)

Signed at lower right corner, Mo Taiso oh i, Kiyokata (copied after the inspiration of Master Taiso, by Kiyokata) with artist's red square seal (unread). Embossed hand-numbered limited edition and carver's seals verso, Nihyaku goju mai gentei, dai ju ni go, Katsumura hori (limited edition of 250, number 12, carver Katsumura). Possibly self-published by the artist, ca. 1925-35.

obaiban tate-e 50.7 by 36.6 cm

Published:
Japanese Art Diary, 2002

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