A framed Japanese scroll painting, ink on silk Hokusai school, Edo / Meiji period, Bold and impressive work by the school of Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) of a tiger emerging from the bamboo featuring superb brushwork in the fur and markings. Almost nobod
Two Japanese woodblock prints, signed in pencil artist Toshi Yoshida [1911-1995] +, Sangetsu-an temple in Hakone village, from Hakone Museam, 1954, + Zojo-ji temple: from one hundred Famous Views of Edo, after artist Utagawa Hiroshige [1797-1858], 30 x 23
Two Japanese woodblock prints by Kuniyoshi, Utagawa (1797-1861) and Sharaku, Toshusai, (About 1794), a Kuniyoshi woodblock of a full length actor as an animated samurai with the publisher's seal of Hori Takichi, and a half profile woodblock by Sharaku
A Japanese woodblock print of a Sulphur crested cockatoo, 20th century, the cockatoo perched on a branch above a mottled teal ground, with horizontal bordered signature lower right, height 29.5 cm, width 22.5 cm, (image only)
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
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