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Yoshikawa Kanpo, (1894-1979)

Kanpo's Creative Prints, First Series: The Geisha Hinazo
(Kanpo Sosaku-Hanga Shu Daiishu: Hinazo)

Dated and signed, Taisho juichinen shoka (Taisho 11 [1922], early summer), Kanpo, followed by the square rectangular publisher's seal, Sato Sho han (Sato Shotaro print). The reverse with limited edition label, Shusatsu nihyaku mai zeppan, Sato Shotaro kaiban, Kyoto-shi nawate dori benzai cho, dai goju go (200 limited edition, produced by Sato Shotaro, followed by the publisher's Kyoto address, print number 50). Blocks carved by Maeda (probably Kentaro) and printed by Oiwa Tokuzo.

dai oban tate-e 42.2 by 27.9 cm

Published:
The Female Image, 2000, p. 93, pl. 119

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