Posted by Noel Chiappa (188.8.131.52) on June 26, 2011 at 22:09:56:
In Reply to: Re: Damages print designed by who posted by Mikael on June 26, 2011 at 10:35:00:
"Is their any way I can in a good way back this print up from behind?
In that case which kind of paper could I use?
And are their some special glue for this kind of paper quality."
You should definitely used so-called 'rice paper' (it's actually made from mulberry bark) for any backing, the same kind of paper all prints are made on.
As for the glue, use only rice-starch glue. (It's water soluble, and if the backing has to be removed, it will come off easily. It also won't damage anything while it is on.)
"If this is made by Shunsen are their any way I can seek information about wich of the three Shunsen this print belongs to."
It's definitely the 扇 Shunsen; the photo above makes that completely clear. (Good photo!)
Someone else will have to help with all the questions about the Shunsens, though - I would love to know, for instance, if the third one signed with both this kanji, and also 泉 - and if so, if there is any particular reason why (or is this just a typical woodblock artist changing their name kind of thing).
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