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Ito Shinsui, (1898-1972)

Eight Views of Omi: Miidera
(Omi Hakkei no Uchi Miidera)

The title at the upper left in red ink, Omi hakkei no uchi Miidera, followed by the date and artist's name, Taisho rokunen shichigatsu Shinsui (Taisho 6 [1917], 7th month, Shinsui). With red circular collector's seal at lower left, bi-bu-ro-te (unidentified).

aiban tate-e 33 by 23 cm

Published:
The Late Meiji to Taisho Eras, in The Hotei Encyclopedia of Woodblock Prints, 2005, p. 288, pl. 222

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