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Yoshikawa Kanpo, (1894-1979)

Kanpo's Creative Prints, First Series: Ichikawa Sadanji II As Hishikawa Gengobei
(Kanpo Sosaku-Hanga Shu Daiishu: Ichikawa Sadanji II)

Dated Taisho juninen aki (Taisho 12 [1923], autumn), and signed, Kanpo. With publisher's seal Sato Sho Han (Sato Shotaro). Limited edition label numbered on verso, Shusatsu nihyaku mai zeppan Sato Shotaro Kaiban, Kyoto shi Nawate dori benzaiten cho dai hachijuichi go (200 limited edition, produced by Sato Shotaro, followed by the publisher's Kyoto address, print number 81).

dai oban tate-e 42.3 by 27.7 cm

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Scholten Japanese Art
145 West 58th Street, suite 6D
New York, New York 10019
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