Re: help identifying Eisen print


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Posted by Willson (73.193.74.149) on August 12, 2022 at 03:04:33:

In Reply to: help identifying Eisen print posted by Taylor on August 12, 2022 at 02:40:51:

The print has been described on an on-line auction site as: Courtesan Hanamurasaki of the Tamaya 玉屋内花紫 - Amanohashidate 天橋立 - From the series "Nihon san fūkei" 日本三風景 (Japan's Three Famous Sights" - Japan - 1843 (Tenp˘ 13-14).

see https://www.catawiki.com/en/l/41943651-original-woodblock-print-paper-woman-keisai-eisen-1790-1848-courtesan-hanamurasaki-of-the-tamaya-from-japan-s-three-famous-sights-japan-1843-tenpo-13-14

The date is given by a Japanese dealer as circa 1830's.

see https://www.harashobo.com/ukiyoe/ukiyoe_detail.php?print_id=33257

The inset view is of Amanohashidate.


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