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Shinsui

Ito Shinsui

1898-1972

Eight Views of Omi: Karahashi Bridge, Seta
(Omi hakkei no uchi: Omi Hakkei no Uchi: Seta no Karahashi)

the title at the upper right in black ink, Omi Hakkei no Uchi Seta no Karahashi, followed by the date, Taisho nananen gogatsu (Taisho 7 [1918], 5th month), and signed, Shinsui; with limited edition publisher's seal on verso, Ito Shinsui ga, Omi hakkei, Seta no Karahashi, surizuri nihyaku mai kagiri no uchi dai hyaku - ban (picture by Ito Shinsui, Eight Views of Omi, Karahashi Bridge, Seta, limited edition of 200, not numbered) with publisher's seals hanmoto Watanabe, 1918

aiban yoko-e 8 7/8 by 12 3/4 in., 22.6 by 32.3 cm

References:
Kato, Junzo, comp., Kindai Nihon hanga taikei, 1975-76, 1975-76, Vol. 1, pl. 171
Tadasu Watanabe, Ito Shinsui: All the Woodblock Prints, 1992, pp. 36-37, no. 16
Amy Reigle Stephens, gen. ed., The New Wave: Twentieth-century Japanese Prints from the Robert O. Muller Collection, 1993, p. 186, pl. 239
Amy Reigle Newland, ed., Printed to Perfection: Twentieth-century Japanese Prints from the Robert O. Muller Collection, 2004, p. 109, no. 98
Andreas Marks, Seven Masters: 20th Century Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Wells Collection, 2015, p. 107 cat. no. 51

price: $ 8,500 (reserved)


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