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Kawase Hasui, (1883-1957)

Souvenirs of Travel, Second Series: Morning at Dotonbori in Osaka
(Tabi Miyage Dai Nishu: Osaka Dotonbori no Asa)

Signed Hasui with artist's pre-earthquake diamond-shaped seal Kawase, and publisher's circular seal Watanabe. The series title cartouche on the left margin, Tabi miyage dai nishu, followed by the print title, Osaka Dotonbori no asa, and date, Taisho ju, ni, juyon (Taisho 10 [1921], 2 [month], 14 [day]).

oban yoko-e 26.1 by 39 cm

kikumon

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