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SHUNZAN AND EISHI: aiban tate-e (33.2 x 21.7cm.) and oban tate-e (38 x 25.6cm.); the right panel of a triptych, entitled Seiro niwaka zensei asobi "A wealth of pleasure at the Niwaka festival of the licensed quarters", subtitled Shishi "The lion dance", signed Katsukawa Shunzan ga and published by Nishimuraya Yohachi; and the center panel of a triptych illustrating shiohigari "clam digging", signed Eishi ga and published by Izumiya Ichibei--good impressions, slightly faded, slightly soiled along edges, the first with slight glue stains along edges, the second with a few minor worm holes near bottom, the second backed (2)

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SHUNZAN AND EISHI: aiban tate-e (33.2 x 21.7cm.) and oban tate-e (38 x 25.6cm.); the right panel of a triptych, entitled Seiro niwaka zensei asobi "A wealth of pleasure at the Niwaka festival of the licensed quarters", subtitled Shishi "The lion dance", signed Katsukawa Shunzan ga and published by Nishimuraya Yohachi; and the center panel of a triptych illustrating shiohigari "clam digging", signed Eishi ga and published by Izumiya Ichibei--good impressions, slightly faded, slightly soiled along edges, the first with slight glue stains along edges, the second with a few minor worm holes near bottom, the second backed (2)
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P. Blondeau (Eishi print)
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