Hasui

Kawase Hasui

1883-1957

Souvenirs of Travel, Second Series: Urahama, Echigo
(Tabi miyage dainishu: Tabi miyage dai nishu: Echigo no Urahama)

signed at lower left, Hasui, with artist's pre-earthquake seal, Kawase, publisher's seal, Watanabe, at lower right, the series title cartouche on the left margin, Tabi miyage dai nishu, followed by the title, Echigo no Urahama, and date Taisho ju, hachi nijushichi (Taisho 10 [1921], 8th month, 27th day), 1921

oban yoko-e 10 1/4 by 15 3/8 in., 25.9 by 39 cm

References:
Kato, Junzo, comp., Kindai Nihon hanga taikei, 1975-76, Vol. I, pl. 202
Kendall H. Brown, Kawase Hasui: The complete woodblock prints, 2003, no. 71
Kendall H. Brown, Visions of Japan: Kawase Hasui's Masterpieces, 2004, p. 45, no. 9
Fresh Impressions: Early Modern Japanese Prints, Toledo Museum of Art, 2013, p. 125, cat. no. 65
(inv. no. C-1910)

price: Sold

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