Re: Help with identification


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Posted by david (118.208.192.192) on November 15, 2015 at 01:00:48:

In Reply to: Help with identification posted by kknl on November 14, 2015 at 23:57:14:

Hi, this looks to be a kuchi-e, it has the typical folds, which Kaburaki did a lot of. I suspect it is a lithograph, the woman is more Taisho than Meiji, a picture of the back of the print might clarify that. There is a good biography of him in "Woodblock kuchi-e Prints" by Merritt and Yamada



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