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
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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