Re: iden tification


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Posted by Luque (90.17.129.6) on August 23, 2013 at 22:24:32:

In Reply to: iden tification posted by Luque on August 22, 2013 at 20:47:54:

Thanks to all for the very instructive informations and discussion.

Guy : thank you for the translation.
There is still something that puzzles me: the style, paper and colors made me think that it is a woodblock from the middle of the XIX... But as the state is very fair, I'm not sure of that. However, the paper is thin enough... perhaps from a book?

The dimensions are also quite unusual: 19cm x 28 cm... as a A4 format... larger than chuban but smaler than oban (what is the name of this format?).

I do not know if we can find more information on the pictures for the datation... The bold characters at the right of the pictures, the symbol on the kimono ( a mon?)...

best regards

jgl




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