FURUYA KORIN Japanese Woodblock Print KOUGEI NO BI Total 75 Works 3 Volumes RARE
FURUYA KORIN Japanese Woodblock Print KOUGEI NO BI Total 75 Works 3 Volumes RARE. Kougei no Bi (Beauty of Craft)?????? 42 (published in 1909) Size (format) 32 x 23.5 cm 75 woodblock prints, 3 volumes in total with a case Korin Furuya Furuya Korin, 1875 (1875) - 1910 (1910) is a Japanese designer. He learned design from Sekka KAMISAKA, and out of respect for Korin OGATA, he used the issue of Korin to present his work. He is regarded as the successor of Sekka KAMISAKA and is said to be the successor of the modern Japanese Rinpa designs. International Buyers - Please Note. ·We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.