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Torii Kotondo, (1900-1976)

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(Yuki)

Dated and signed, Showa yonen jugatsu (Showa 4 [1929], 10th month), Kotondo ga, followed by rectangular artist's seal Kotondo. The title, Yuki, embossed on the bottom margin; as are the publisher's marks, Sakai Kawaguchi go ban (joint venture), at the lower left margin. Limited edition paper seal hand-numbered with artist's name in sumi ink on verso, Gaikoku iki ni-hyaku mai kagiri zeppan, dai yonjuichi go, Torii Kotondo (for foreign export, limited edition of 200 printed, number 41, by Torii Kotondo).

dai oban tate-e 47 by 30 cm

Published:
The Female Image, 2000, p. 129, pl. 172

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