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Torii Kotondo, (1900-1976)

Rain
(Ame)

Dated and signed at right, Showa yonen jugatsu, (Showa 4 [1929], 10th month), Kotondo ga, followed by artist's rectangular seal Kotondo. The title, Ame, embossed on bottom margin. The publisher's seals embossed at lower left corner, Sakai Kawaguchi go ban (joint venture). The blocks carved by Ito and printed by Komatsu Wasakichi. With embossed limited edition seal hand-numbered on verso, San-hyaku mai kagiri zeppan, dai sanjuichi, go (300 limited edition, number 31).

dai oban tate-e 46.5 by 30 cm

Published:
The Female Image, 2000, p. 129, pl. 173

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