Nine Assorted Woodblock Prints
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Nine Assorted Woodblock Prints, Japan, two by Kawase Hasui with Spring Rain at Gokokuji Temple, 1932, publisher Doi Teiichi (Sadaichi) and Zojo Temple in Snow at Shiba, 1925, later edition, Watanabe with D-seal (1929-1942), both oban tate-e; one Gihachiro Okuyama, The Misagi River; three Hiroaki (Shotei) Takahashi (1871-1945) with one depicting a snowed temple, 1926 and two moonlit landscapes; two unsigned Hasegawa-style moonlit riverscapes; and one Ohara Koson (1877-1945), depicting a crow on a snowy branch.
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Zojo temple reinforced with taping along edges, reparied tears to upper right corner, water damage to right bottom corner, matte burn along edges, severely toned; Gokukuji with taping residues along margins, tear to upper left, backed, toned; Okuyama with matte burn, mild toning; Hiroaki mild toning, water damage to one, a tear to the margin of one, glue marks to two to reverse; two riverscaeps trimmed; Koson with trace of water damage to bottom left, taped to back.
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