Original Japanese woodblock print by 20th century master Jun'Ichiro Sekino (1914-1988) circa 1950s. Unusual column format (roughly 28" by 10" paper, 21" by 5" image), extremely unusual subject, signed "J. Sekino" in pencil lower right and numbered 67/100 lower left. In its original frame, not examined out of the frame but apparently in excellent condition. Sekino's woodblocks are found in the collections of most important art museums, including MOMA and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Daniel Simhon Fine Art
Original mid-century Japanese woodblock print by Kiyoshi Saito, offered gallery framed and in excellent condition. This work is signed by the artist in white ink within the image, under his artist seal in red (lower left). From his "Village Scenes" series. The image size is 17" by 15.5". One of a number of 20th Century Japanese woodblocks currently available.
Original etching in color by Mario Prassinos (France, Greece, 1916-1985). This work, printed on BFK Rives, is signed in pencil l.r. by the artist. It is also numbered 43/95. Circa 1950s. This rare work is in excellent condition and is presented in a magnificent mid-century frame (original frame). 17" by 24" image alone, 28" by 35" in its frame.
Original monotype by Matt Phillips (American, born in 1927 in New York City). Signed "Phillips" and dated '82 in pencil l.r. Also indistinctly titled or dedicated l.l. ("For Dede"?) 4 1/2" by 4 1/4" image alone. The full sheet measures roughly 12" by 12". In original never framed condition. Matt Phillips is a master printmaker who taught in Paris, and at Bard College in NYC. He is credited with reviving the monotype technique in the second half of the 20th century...
Deluxe boxed set of Derriere le miroir #170 (Edition de Tete) devoted to the work of Jean Bazaine, from March 1968, with 6 original color lithographs, 1 double page. Signed in pencil by the artist, #33 out of an edition of 150, Maeght editions. In excellent original condition. We also have a deluxe boxed set of Derriere le Miroir #161 devoted to Ubac, #34/150, with artist signature. Please inquire.
Complete original portfolio of etchings by Hirst Dillon Milhollen (American, Virginia, 1906-1970), complete and in excellent original condition, dated 1937. This portfolio contains 10 etchings of Haiti (plus one attached to the portfolio cover) and is number 24 out of fifty sets. All the etchings are pencil signed and titled by the artist. Hirst Dillon Milhollen is an American artist from Virginia who for years ran the prints and photographs division of the Library of Congress...
Complete portfolio of woodcuts by Jason Berger (American, born 1924), circa 1990. This portfolio is in its complete original condition and contains five woodcuts signed, dated, numbered, and titled by the artist. Issued in a small edition of 25. One of the woodcuts, "Praia da Rocha" (shown in the photo) is also hand-colored by the artist. Jason Berger is a major contemporary American artist. Well listed and collected.
Original Japanese woodblock triptych by Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) of a Kabuki subject, circa 1852. This work is signed Toyokuni ga and depicts the actors Iwai Kumesaburo III, Ichikawa Saruzo I, and Ichikawa Danjuro VIII in the play: Jiraiya Goketsu Monogatari. 3 oban panels, in beautiful color and condition, never framed.
Original Japanese woodblock print by Ohara Koson (Shoson), circa 1912, of two butterflies and a large pink lilly, 13" by 7 1/4", in beautiful condition. Cf. Catalog #K40.5 (Crows, Cranes, and Camellias: The Natural World of Ohara Koson...)
Original Japanese woodblock print by the twin brushes of Hiroshige I and Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III), from the series "The 53 Stations of the Tokaido by two brushes", 1854. This is station #14, Hara, vertical oban, censor seal Aratame, published by Maruya Kyushiro. Hiroshige created the upper half of the print (landscape with Mount Fuji) while Toyokuni III was responsible for the figure and the foreground. Signed by both artists...
Original Japanese woodblock print by Utagawa Hiroshige (Hiroshige II), from his series "One Hundred Famous Views in the Various Provinces (Shokoku meisho hyakkei)", circa 1860. This vertical oban is signed Hiroshige ga. Published by Uoya Eikishi. Beautiful color and condition. Never framed. A rare print from a series partially based on Hiroshige I's series (Famous Views of the 60-odd Provinces). This particular view by his protege is not based on a Hiroshige I work.
Original Japanese woodblock print by Hiroshige (1797-1858), from the collaborative series "Ogura Imitations of 100 Poets", circa 1845-1847. Vertical Oban, beautiful pristine colors (never framed), with full borders, some worm damage mainly in the right border.