Re: Re: Re: identification of yoshitoshi print


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Posted by John Fiorillo on October 16, 1999 at 10:26:06:

In Reply to: Re: Re: identification of yoshitoshi print posted by peter paul on October 15, 1999 at 16:53:28:

Peter Paul,

Surimono by Yoshitoshi are quite uncommon, if not rare. A quick glance at some of the standard books on the artist yields only one reference: a view of Mt. Fuji accompanied by a haiku composed by Tsukinowa Izan, printed in gray ink on large paper and dated to 1867 (Keyes: Courage and Silence, PhD Thesis, 1983, p. 378, cat. no. 207). There must, of course, be at least a few others, but whether they appear in the literature is another matter.

John



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