Six Woodblock Prints
Six Woodblock Prints, Japan, one by Kunisada depicting a warrior, Kawamasa edition, 14 x 7 1/2; two by Toyokuni depicting a kabuki actor, chuban tate-e; one unsigned, depicting a night scene with a courtesan, possibly a part of diptych or triptych, oban tate-e; and two by Hiroshige, from the series Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido, later edition, oban yoko-e.
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Kunisada trimmed, mild toning; night scene with a tear to top right corner, two Toyokuni with wear, abrasions, creases, and stains; two Hiroshige with mild toning and stain to margins.
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