Fine Japanese Edo Shunga Art Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Shunga Hokusai #1 Yanagawa
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Fine Japanese Edo Shunga Art Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Shunga Hokusai #1 Yanagawa :
Welcome to my storeFine Japanese shunga art Ukiyoe woodblock print HOKUSAI #1Shunga - A Japanese term for erotic art. Most shunga in Japan are ukiyo-e woodblock prints format or painting scrolls. Japanese word "SHUN-GA" translated means "Spring-Painting" The word "Spring" is a common euphemism term that related to erotic subjects/objects.
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AsianantiquegirlFine Japaneseshunga art Ukiyoe woodblock printHOKUSAI #1
A largeauthenticated & genuine Japanese woodblock print ukiyoe shunga artbyHOKUSAI school
Artist: Yanagawa for checking out my listings. Featuring alarge rare findJapaneseshunga artukiyo-e woodblock print. Thisalbumhas not yet register or recorded in Japan data library. Thework of itself is clear to be Yanagawa Shigenobu's work. Very clean and sharp register line. Simple & pure Japanese taste ofcolorformat. Three dimensional outline of design and excellent example of fine shunga print and shows the skill&talents of the artist's original work.Yanagawa Shigenobu(柳川 重信 1787–1832) was aJapanesepainter in theukiyo-estyle. He was active inEdofrom theBunkaperiod onward. HisOsakaperiod dated from 1822 to 1825. In Edo, he resided in Honjo Yanagawa-chō district. He was first the pupil, then son-in-law, and finally adopted son of the Edo master printmakerKatsushika Hokusai. He designed illustrated books, prints, andsurimono. In Osaka, he worked with the gifted block cutter and printerTani Seikō. Shigenobu focused on theatrical subjects, but some of his best work in Osaka includes a series of deluxe ōban prints depictinggeishain the Shinmachi Nerimono parade in Osaka, and approximately 30 fine surimono on various subjects (at least 18 in collaboration with the Tsuru-renCrane Groupof kyōka poets), with blocks cut and printed by Seikō.Length: 11inches By Width: 9 inches
Usual Age wear due to age.Color:Very Good.
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Overall good conditionplease note and based on our past experiences, our prints usually portray much more depth and richness of color when our customers view them in person.
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