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Binnie
Paul Binnie, Scottish, b. 1967
A Hundred Shades of Ink of Edo: Kunisada's Danjuro
(Edo zumi hyaku shoku: Kunisada no Danjuro)

with mica on the tip of the sword; the series title cartouche in gold in the upper right margin, the print title to the left with the first portion, Kunisada no, in the style of Kunisada's signature, and the head of a kabuki actor with the face paint of Danjuro's quintessential Shibaraku ('wait a moment') role representing the 'Danjuro' portion of the title, signed at lower right in gold kanji, Bin-ni, with artist's red seal Binnie surrounded by the mimasu (3 rice measures) crest of the Danjuro family, numbered and signed in pencil on the bottom margin, 29/100 Paul Binnie; ca. May - July 2006
dai oban tate-e 16 5/8 by 12 3/8 in., 42.2 by 31.5 cm
Reference:
Paul Binnie: A Dialogue with the Past - The First 100 Japanese Prints, 2007, p. 132, no. 95
price: $ 600