Re: japanese primative print


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Posted by Noel Chiappa (98.166.132.137) on November 10, 2013 at 14:03:22:

In Reply to: japanese primative print posted by sue c on November 10, 2013 at 01:47:16:

Hi, I agree with the dating and description of the process. I'm a little dubious about the translations of the title, though. Any chance of a closeup of the writing in the top corner?


You can see a number of prints on the same theme, but in a different format, here:

http://www.chiappa.net/~jnc/prints/haribako-e.html

at the bottom of the page (series with '4 Seasons' in the title).

In view of the comment there "in the 1720's-30's period, it was common for the same series themes to be used in both haribako-e and vertical hosoban series" (yours appears to be vertical hosoban, although there is no size given), that page may help with a guess at the artist.

Noel



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