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Torii Kotondo, (1900-1976)

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(Kesho)

Dated and signed Showa yonen roku gatsu (Showa 4 [1929], 6th month) Kotondo ga, with artist's circular seal Kotondo. The title, Kesho, embossed on the lower margin, and the publisher's seals Sakai Kawaguchi go ban (joint venture) embossed at lower left corner. The blocks carved by Ito and printed by Komatsu Wasakichi. With limited edition paper seal hand-numbered on verso, Gaikoku iki ni-hyaku mai kagiri zeppan, dai hyaku-nijuku go, Torii Kotondo (for foreign export, limited edition of 200 printed, number 129, by Torii Kotondo), with artist's red circular seal Kotondo.

dai oban tate-e 46 by 29 cm

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