Two Japanese Albums of Woodblock Prints, Showa period. including. Insho Domoto (1891-1975), Eight Views of Kyoto, Kineya Art Shop, 1928. and an album of miniature woodblock prints from the Meiji period,, 41 cm x 29 cm x 5.5 cm (package) (2). Provenance. NS
A pair of antique Japanese woodblock prints, Edo period, early 19th century. two samurai figures, one on horseback, both signed and with publishers' seals or characters. Height 16.5 cm. Width 10.5 cm. (print only)
A Japanese woodblock print, flower in vase, Summer, circa 1950s, Bakufu Ohno [1888-1976], known for his detailed colours & textures, mounted in black lacquer frame, Publisher: Kyoto Hanga-in, Oban tete-e
Toshi Yoshida, (1911-1995) Japanese, Irozaki - Moring 1961 + Irozaki - evening 1961, each woodblock print, Moring signed with chop lower right, each signed below matt. Provenance: Kaigado gallery Tokyo, Mossgreen: collection of Peter Elliott 30-31 August 2
A group of four Japanese woodblock prints, 19th century Four oban tate-e ; one by Hiroshige, titled 'Iwami Province: Mount Takazuno, Salt Beach' from the series 'Famous Places in the Sixty-odd Provinces', one by Utagawa Toyokuni II of a Kabuki Onnagata, on
Two Japanese woodblock prints, one by Kikugawa Eizan of two girls and plum flowers, one by Ippitsusai Buncho from the 'Picture Book of Kabuki Actors on Fans', the Kikugawa of oban size, the Ippitsusai of chuban size (2). Provenance: NSW Private Collection.
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