Kawase Hasui (1883-1957), Five Color Woodblocks
- Sold for:
Kawase Hasui (1883-1957), Five Color Woodblocks, Japan, Hakuho Castle at Iga-Ueno, 1951; Kongo Village in Ibaragi, 1954; Willow of Ferry Station at Yoshino River, 1950; At Inari Mountain in Nagano, 1947; and Evening at Nakoso, 1954, all published by Watanabe with seals, oban yoko-e except the last one, to 10 1/2 x 15 1/2 in.
Condition: Hakuho slightly toned, foxing along top margin; Kongo slightly toned, handwriting in pen on upper margin, glue mark on verso; Yoshino with a crease to right bottom corner; Inari with minor creases to corners, a handwriting in pen and a pinhole to top right.
(N 538, N 552, N 518, N 481, and N 555)
Hakuho slightly toned, foxing along top margin; Kongo slightly toned, a pen handwriting on upper margin, glue mark on verso; Yoshino a crease to right bottom corner; Inari minor creases to corners, a pen handwriting and a pinhole to top right.
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