Re: Unidentified archaic print (#1) Correction!


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Posted by Andrew Watanabe on September 19, 2002 at 23:16:46:

In Reply to: Unidentified archaic print (#1) posted by Noel Chiappa on September 15, 2002 at 02:35:33:

Noel, I double-checked after reading Dr. Illing's message and he is absolutely correct, this IS from Bijin e-zukushi. It follows right after Iwaki e-zukushi in the book I am using, and I didn't catch the break in books. If you can find a copy of this book in the USA, it's page 192-193 (Nihon Fuzoku Zukai, Vol. 1).


: Hello, all, I'm helping a museum with research for a woodblock print show,
: and there are some prints which I can't identify - they are archaics, and
: that's not an area I know much about.

: Any help with identification of these would be greatly appreciated, even if
: it's only an educated guess about who the artist is, and roughly when it
: dates from. Of course, it someone can identify the work precisely, that would
: be fabulous.

: Anyway, here we go with the first one: it was attributed by the dealer from
: whom it was purchased to Hishikawa Moronobu, but that's all that there is on
: it. Anyone know more? Thanks in advance for any further info...

: Noel




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