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Domoto Insho, (1891-1975)

First Make-Up of the New Year
(Hatsugesho)

Signed in white ink, Insho, with artist's square seal Insho. The title on the right margin, Hatsugesho; the date below, Showa junen ichigatsu (Showa 10 [1935], 1st month). With limited edition seal on the left margin, Gentei shuppan dai kyu go (limited edition, number 9). The publisher's information below, Hanken shoyu ken seishaku sha, Baba Nobuhiko (copyright ownership and published by Baba Nobuhiko) followed by printer and carver cartouches, suri Sato (printer Sato), and hori Katsumura (carver Katsumura).

obaiban tate-e 51 by 37.9 cm

Published:
The Female Image, 2000, p. 167, pl. 234

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