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Ito Shinsui, (1898-1972)

Eight Views of Omi: Karasaki
(Omi Hakkei no Uchi: Karasaki)

The title at the lower left, Omi hakkei no uchi Karasaki, followed by the date and artist's name, Taisho nananen gogatsu Shinsui (Taisho 7 [1918], 5th month, Shinsui). With red circular collector's seal at lower left, bi-bu-ro-te (unidentified).

aiban tate-e 32.3 by 22.2 cm

Published:
The Late Meiji to Taisho Eras, in The Hotei Encyclopedia of Woodblock Prints, 2005, p. 288, pl. 222

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