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various kuchi-e artists

ca. 1900-1915

Brocades of Edo, Moon Volume
(Edo Nishiki, Tsuki no Maki)

album of twenty kuchi-e prints by nine artists, including, Mizuno Toshikata (1866-1908), Watanabe Seitei (1852-1918), Takeuchi Keishu (1861-1941), Suzuki Kason (1860-1919), Katayama Shumpo (dates unknown), Tomioka Eisen (1864-1905), Tsutsui Toshimine (1863-after 1934), and Inano Toshitsune (1858-1907); with foreword dated Meiji 44 (1911) and signed and sealed (unread), and table of contents with album title Edo Nishiki: Tsuki no Maki naiyo (Brocades of Edo: Moon Volume, contents), and list of the title of each novel illustrated with the artist's name; the back cover with pasted in printed colophon dated Meiji yonju yonen junigatsu nijuni nichi insatsu (printed Meiji 44 [1911], December 22), Meiji yonju yonen junigatsu nijugo nichi hakko (published Meiji 44 [1911], December 25); Henshu ken hakko sha Wada Shinzuko (edited and published by Wada Shinzuko); Insatsu sha Horii Kingoro (printer Horii Kingoro); Hakko jo Shunyo-do (published by Shunyo-do)

string-bound album 9 3/8 by 13 3/4 in., 23.8 by 35 cm

1. Takeuchi Keishu (1861-1942), Dewdrop of Lotus (Hasu no tsuyu)
2. Watanabe Seitei (1851-1918), Izo nishiki
3. Takeuchi Keishu (1861-1942), Rotted Fishing Post (Ajirogi)
4. Takeuchi Keishu (1861-1942), Nami Roman Hitsu, by Murakami Namiroku
5. Katayama Shunhan (fl. ca. 1890-1920), Day Break Volume (Akebono no maki )
6. Mizuno Toshikata (1866-1908) Broken Drum (Yabure daiko)
7. Takeuchi Keishu (1861-1942), Oni's One Bite (Oni hitokuchi)
8. Inano Toshitsune (1859-1907), Taiwanese Battle Formation (Taiwan jin)
9. Tomioka Eisen (1836-1924), Joruri Slope (Joruri zaka)
10. Tsutsui Toshimine (1863-1934), Storm of Toshima (Toshima arashi)
11. Watanabe Seitei (1851-1918), Gossip of Meguro (Meguro kodan)
12. Watanabe Seitei (1851-1918), Burning Hot Tongs (Yaki hibashi)
13. Tomioka Eisen (1836-1924), Kama wanu bou
14. Mizuno Toshikata (1866-1908), Tale of Bean Sprouts (Moyashi zoshi)
15. Watanabe Seitei (1851-1918), Fortunate Poet (Yufuku shijin)
16. Mizuno Toshikata (1866-1908), Woaki
17. Suzuki Kason (1860-1919), Cherry Blossom in Morning Light (Asahi sakura)
18. Kubota Beisen (1852-1906), The Ocean (Oounabara)
19. Takeuchi Keishu (1861-1942), Bush Clover (Kobore hagi)
20. Mizuno Toshikata (1866-1908), The Monk Takigushi (Takiguchi nyudo)

price: Sold

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