Shunsen

Natori Shunsen

1886-1960

The Matsumoto Teahouse in Nakanomachi: The Geisha Chitosei
((Matsumoto-ya: Nakanomachi, Chitosei))

signed in cartouche at the bottom, Shunsen Utsusu, n.d.

aiban tate-e 11 5/8 by 8 1/8 in., 29.5 by 20.6 cm

References:
Yamaguchi Keizoro, Natori Shunsen (exhibition catalogue), Kushigata, 1991, p. 76, no. 91
Kozo Yamada, Shunsen Natori: Collection of the Kushigata Shunsen Museum of Art, 2002, p. 62, cat. no. 126
Amy Reigle Newland, and Hamanaka Shinji, The Female Image, 2000, p. 122, pl. 162

price: $975

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site last updated
August 10, 2020

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