Re: Keisai Yeisen


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Posted by David on November 27, 2002 at 23:38:38:

In Reply to: Keisai Yeisen posted by Barbara McAree on November 10, 2002 at 22:56:46:

The market value of a print can vary widely, Barbara, even if it is a familiar design. The first step would be determining that it is an early/original print, and not a reproduction or reprint. Even then, the value of an original could vary between $40 and 5-50 x that amount, for the same print, depending on the condition and quality of the impression. So if you had a scan....


: I have a three prints named "Hana-no-yoi Sugata-no harusame" or A woman with umbrella under spring rain by Keisai Yeisen that has a "certified genuine" stamp. These were probably brought into the U.S. sometime during the 1930's through the 1960's by my great-aunt. What are these and what is the approximate value? Any information would be appreciated. Thanks!




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