Souvenirs of Travels, First Series: Asano River, Kanazawa
(Tabi miyage dai isshu: Kanazawa Asanogawa)
dated and signed, Taisho kyu aki (Taisho 9 , autumn), Hasui with artist's pre-earthquake Kawase seal and publisher's round Watanabe seal, 1920
dai oban yoko-e 10 1/4 by 15 1/4 in., 26 by 38.7 cm
Narazaki Muneshige, Kawase Hasui mokuhanga shu, 1979, p. 18, no. 22 Kendall H. Brown, Kawase Hasui: The Complete Woodblock Prints, 2003, p. 291, no. 22
Shimada City Museum, Kawase Hasui, The Landscape Woodblock Prints of the Taisho and Showa Periods, 2005, p. 29, no. 21
Kawase Hasui, Chiba City Museum of Art, 2013, p.31, no 19
Carolyn M. Putney, Fresh Impressions: Early Modern Japanese Prints, 2013, p. 114, cat. no. 49
Kendall H. Brown, Water and Shadow: Kawase Hasui and Japanese Landscape Prints, 2014, p. 118, no. IV.22
(inv. no. 10-4978)
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