Re: woodblock print by Ginko

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Posted by Philippe on February 11, 1999 at 16:22:50:

In Reply to: woodblock print by Ginko posted by Karla D'Agostino on February 10, 1999 at 06:49:25:

: I just recently purchased a triptic print by Ginko. The only other information I have on it is that it is from 1881, and the title of it is "women viewing cherry blossoms." It is very beautiful and the colors are very vibrant. I searched the internet and could only find a couple of items relating to this artist. I would very much appreciate it if anyone can give me more information on this artist and work.
: Thank You,
: -Karla D'Agostino-

Richard Lane, in "Images from the Floating World: The Japanese Print", has the following short entry on Ginko: "Ginko (fl. ca 1874-97): ukiyo-e print artist, correspondent and illustrator during the Sino-Japanese war."

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