Charles W Bartlett (1860 - 1940) India c 1919 Silk Merchants. 14-9/16" x 10". Very good to excellent condition. Signed with monogram in key block ll. Copyright stamp ll. There is some minor framing reside on the back of the print.
An unusual set of hawk prints by Tokuriki Tomikichiro enclosed in the original signed and dated wooden box. The screen measures 39-1/2 x 61 inches (1m x 155 cm) Some wear to corners of the screen has been touched up with paint, otherwise it is in fine condition. More given to a colorful palet in portraiture and scenery, this set of hawks is very unusual for the artist. Due to size the cost of shipping will be accrued separately for this item...
The Chunum Temple, Mt. Chiri, Korea
(Chôsen Chiizan Sen'in-ji) - Views of Korea
Date: 1935. A first edition bearing the Watanabe E seal (used between 1932-1942) in the lower right margin. Original Watanabe tag on verso.
Size: Oban. Approximately 15.25 x 10.25 inches.
Condition: Lightly toned. Some scuffing visible in side light. Spot in corner margin.
The size of framed : 16 1/2" Wide x 23" Long.
Imaze area size: 13 1/2" Wide x 18 1/2".
Artist* Mori Yoshitoshi(1898-1992).
Title of print: Snadogasa 1978.
The year of pinted: 1978, Y. Mori 78 on lower right on printing.
Signature : on lower right with pencil signed, Yoshitoshi Mori, then red seal of Yoshitoshi.
The condition of print: Excellent.
This is very rare Kappazuri(stencil) work by Mori Yoshitoshi in 1978...
A souring image of Kannon rising on swirling clouds above the earth, pouring out a bottle from one hand, the other grasping a lotus blossom. The robes swirl about in an amazing array of carving technique. It is signed on the base Ryuichi-saku and stands over 16 inches (41 cm) tall. There are no chips or cracks and it is in fine condition.
Vintage Japanese woodblock print by moku hanga style artist Fumio Fujita (1933-present). He graduated the Musashino College of Fine Arts in 1955 and began making woodblock prints in 1963. This piece is easily attributed to Fujita as he is well-known for using trees as a focal point. He combines scenic imagery with abstract geometric figures, using bold color combinations...
Vintage Japanese woodblock print by moku hanga style artist Fumio Fujita (1933-present). He graduated the Musashino College of Fine Arts in 1955 and began making woodblock prints in 1963. This is an abstract piece he created early in his career with a goldenrod yellow and grey background and bold, black criss-crossing lines with solid black circles, capturing motion and fluidity. It is set in a black and gold frame...
The sized of Frame: 18 3/4" wide x 22 3/4" Long
The sheet size of print: 14 1/8" wide x 18 3/4" long
Artist: Paul Jacoulet(1896-1960)
Title of print: L'Eoile de Cobi, the star of Gobi
Edition No.: 230/350.
The year made: published June. 1951
The condition of Print: Excellent, no stain, no tear. Fine condition color. There is aged tone on around the edge border but the whole color area is fine color condition...
The size of Woodblock Print: 10 1/4" W ide x 15 1/8" Long
The size of mage area: 10" Wide x 14 3/4" Long.
The frame size: 16 1/2" Wide x 21 1/4" Long
The matt size: 9 3/4" x 14 3/4"
The subject: Daidozan Bungoro,
The artist: Toushusai Sharaku,
Lower left: Sharaku-Ga(Sharaku painted).
Kiwame (censor) seal and seal of Tsutaya.
Original Edition of Daidozan Bungoro Hanga was published by Tsutaya Shigesaburo in Kansei 7th, 1795...
The sized of Frame: 18 7/8" wide x 22 7/8" Long
The sheet size of print: 13 3/4" wide x 17 5/8" long
Artist: Paul Jacoulet(1896-1960)
Title of print: Nuite de Neige, "Coree"("Snowy Night, Korea")
Edition No.: 84/150, verso by Kanji number.
The year made: published June. 1939
The condition of Print: Excellent, no stain, no tear. Fine condition color.
Little masskin tape trace on top rim front...
Original Japanese woodblock framed print titled "Moon and Tree" by Joichi Hoshi. Print is a black and white solitary leafless tree, highlighted in the moonlight with silver metallic mists. Highlights add a mystical feel to the aesthetics of the tree.
Signed and dated in pencil, with red signature stamp.
Dimensions: Frame- 12.25" High X 9.75" Wide
Print- 9" X 6.5"
Three Mice, one of them nibbling a feather
Size: O-tanzaku. Approximately 13.5 x 7.5 inches.
Date: Early twentieth century.
Reference: 41.29, page 201 in Crows, Cranes and Camellias: The Natural World of Ohara Koson (Reigle Newland).
Condition: Excellent. Original kento registration marks at lower right corner and right margin.
Sunset at Tomonotsu, Inland Sea 1940.
Size: Oban. Approximately 15.5 x 10.25 inches.
Publisher: Watanabe Shozaburo. Bears the 6mm seal, indicating printing between 1946-1957.
Koitsu catalog no.: TK-WN-8.
Condition: Excellent with light crease at upper left. Removed from original folder.
Kawase Hasui (1883 - 1957) c 1930 Koban 7-1/2 x 5" Excellent condition with vivid colors. Ref: "Kawase Hasui - The Complete Works" K. Brown. Hotei page 148 # Hp-83.
Nara Kofukuji, 1937. This edition posthumous.
Size: Oban, approximately 17.25 x 11.0 inches
Condition: Very good. Tape residue at top and bottom margins.
Bantam Cock, Hen and Chick, 1934
Size: O-tanzaku. Approximately 15.0 x 6.75 inches.
Publisher: Watanabe Shozaburo. (W36-560)
Reference: 38.2 in Crows, Cranes and Camellias: The Natural World of Ohara Koson (Reigle Newland).
Ohara Shoson (Koson)
Cockatoo and Pomegranate
Date: 1927. This edition posthumous.
Publisher: Watanabe Shozaburo. Bears round Watanabe seal in the lower left corner (black on black).
Reference: S36.1 in Crows, Cranes and Camellias: The Natural World of Ohara Koson.
Condition: Excellent. One foxing spot on the back.
Size: Koban. Approximately 7.75 x 5.0 inches.
Provenance: The Robert O. Muller collection
Condition: Excellent. Uncirculated.