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Utagawa Toyokuni II, (1777-1835)

Eight Celebrated Views: Fine Day at Enoshima

Signed Toyokuni hitsu, with red circular artist's seal Utagawa. The horizontal cartouche with the title, Meisho Hakkei Enoshima Seiran, followed by publisher's seal Ise-Riban (Ise-ya Rihei, Kinjudo). A further description is in the sky to the left, Koyurugi no iso Morokoshigahara (Morokoshigahara off the shore of Koyurugi- another name for Odawara). With censor's kiwame seal on the left margin followed by publisher's archaic seal Ise-Ri, early 1830's.

oban yoko-e 25 by 37.8 cm

kikumon

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August 14, 2020

Scholten Japanese Art
145 West 58th Street, suite 6D
New York, New York 10019
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