Re: Eizan identification help

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Posted by Anders Rikardson ( on March 22, 2019 at 09:48:15:

In Reply to: Eizan identification help posted by Daniel Lienau on March 21, 2019 at 00:39:24:

The print you have is a genuine Eizan print.

Date - late 1810s.

The size is most likely aiban judging from the paper, colourants and the carving.
Your prints seems to be in generally fine condition, except for the creasing.
Please don't attempt to remove the creasing yourself. Your print has the fugitive yugao-blue which will disappear if treated wrongly (which also means most of the monetary value will also disappear.

It is not possible to identify the Oiran and the Kamuro in the print as there are no identifying writing or other clues to their identity.

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