Re: kunisada Toyokuni III


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Posted by manuD (78.220.151.197) on September 26, 2019 at 07:48:11:

In Reply to: Re: kunisada Toyokuni III posted by Peltier caroline on September 25, 2019 at 21:38:01:

the back looks like that of a woodprint

Kunisada's kabuki prints are probably not sophisticated enough to be embossed, but such a feature would definitely have made it a woodprint.

frayed edges mean that it is likely washi paper (used for woodprints).

If some of the inscriptions are missing, it just means that it is a later recarving of the print (if this is a woodprint), but why bother recarving a Kunisada print?


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