Re:- Hiroshige print identity


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Posted by Dan Johnson on September 12, 2003 at 18:22:43:

In Reply to: Re:- Hiroshige print identity posted by Noel Chiappa on September 12, 2003 at 10:46:58:

Thanks Noel. It has been driving me nuts. I do not tink the print was trimmed; usually trimming seems to take away all
of the border to the image.
The seal below the signature may be seen
(or at least the top of it) at
http://www.bahnhof./se~secutor/ukiyo-e/signatur.html
Under the Hiroshige I, ca. 1833 signature.
Would you hazard a guess as this being a 'proof' of some sort?
The provenence, at least the U.S. side is that it came with some
other prints from a person who were in Japan from 1946-1952.I bought the collection.
In the collection I bought were some sumi-e which are unusual. They too are signed.
I will post those as soon as I can get to them.
Thanks for your help!

Dan Johnson


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