4 November 2009,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 500
Estimate GBP 450 - GBP 500
Nishimura Shigenaga (1697-1756)
Kitao Masayoshi (1764-1824)
Figures inside a pavillion looking out over figures in the distance below, signed Nishimura Shigenaga hitsu; and and a scene from the Chushingura, signature trimmed off on right hand side; both good impressions, wear and creasing
Both dai oban yoko-e (2)
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