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Bannai Kokan, (b. 1900)

Fifty-Three Modern Views of the Tokaido: Nihonbashi Bridge in the Snow
(Gendai Tokaido Gojusan Tsugi no Uchi: Yuki no Nihonbashi)

The full print title at the upper right corner of the composition, Yuki no Nihonbashi, followed by the artist's name, Kokan. The series title with shortened print title (lacking 'no yuki') along the right-hand margin, Gendai tokaido gojusan tsugi no uchi, Nihonbashi; and the publisher seal, hanken shoyu Watanabe Shozaburo (Copyright Ownership Watanabe Shozaburo) at the lower right corner.

oban yoko-e 26.2 by 38.6 cm

kikumon

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