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Kobayakawa Kiyoshi, (1896-1948 )

Styles of Contemporary Make-Up: No. 3, Nails
(Kindai Jisesho no Uchi: San, Tsume)

Dated Showa gonen juni gatsu (Showa 5 [1930], 12th month), and signed, Kiyoshi, with artist's rectangular seal Kobayakawa. The title, Kindaijisesho no uchi, san, tsume, along the bottom margin. An unnumbered limited edition seal at the lower right corner, Hayku mai kagiri zeppan, dai - go (100 limited edition, number -). Privately published ca. 1930.

naga-oban tate-e 53.2 by 30 cm

kikumon

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