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Yoshida Hiroshi, (1876-1950)

The Inland Sea: Glittering Sea
(Seto Uchi Kaishu: Hikaru Umi)

Signed in sumi ink Yoshida with artist's seal Hiroshi, and signed in penciled script, Hiroshi Yoshida, on the bottom margin. With artist's jizuri (self-printed) seal on upper left margin. The date below, Taisho jugonen saku (made in Taisho 15 [1926]), followed by the title, Seto uchi kaishu: Hikaru Umi.

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