Re: Re: Morning - Evening Prints

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Posted by Carolyn Staley on June 28, 1998 at 07:05:56:

In Reply to: Re: Morning - Evening Prints posted by Hans Olof Johansson on February 06, 1998 at 07:44:51:

: : I recently came across a print that matched one I had purchased years ago. I purchased it and when I compared them at home I found that one was clearly a morning picture and the other was an evening picture.

: : Since than, through the links on your page which I find to be super, I have come onto a number of such dual prints. How common our these, and were they done by artists other than the 20th century - which seems to be the ones that I have and the other examples that I have seen on the internet?

: : Also, I was told when I purchased my first print that it was thought to be by Shiro Kasamatsu. Could you recommend a reference source, either on the net or other, for background information on him. I would like to find his signiture. From what little listings I have found, it appears that he may still be alive at 100 years old.

: : Thank you very much. I greatly enjoy you site.

: : Marsden

Has Shiro Kasamatsu died? - Carolyn Staley

: You will find a sample signature and a couple of seals in Merritt & Yamada, Guide to Modern Japanese Woodblock Prints (Honolulu 1992, paperback 1995).

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