Thank you for your visiting our page! 1939 work Publisher: Doi Hangaten Postprint. Publisher's seal in the lower left margin.Picture size: 26.9cm x 39.3cm. Overall size: 29cm x 43.2cm. There are small wrinkles and traces of peeling off paper on the square on the back. Prints printed after the author's death using original woodblocks of the time. Born in Hamamatsu in 1870, died in 1949.
He became a disciple of Kiyochika Kobayashi in the 19th year of the Meiji era, and from then on until the 37th year of the Meiji era, he trained in painting and ukiyo-e as a disciple who was like a family member. In 1932 he met Shozaburo Watanabe, who encouraged him to paint Shin-hanga. In 1936, he released his representative work "Tokyo Scenery Series (Twelve Figures)", which is regarded as a masterpiece of landscape painting of Shin-hanga along with Hasui Kawase's "Twenty Views of Tokyo". A line from Natsume Soseki's representative work, Sore Kara, says, ``When you reach Kagurazaka, the quiet road is sandwiched between two-story houses on the left and right, blocking the front.' Exactly like this picture, it seems that the sign has been put together. Please be sure to read the condition description for product details. Please check on the photos for detailed condition of the product. If you have any question or concern, please do not hesitate to contact me. If you have any questions, please do so before negotiating a price. If the item is damaged when you receive it, please send us a picture of the item in the. International Buyers - Please Note.
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