18 March 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
Kitano Tsunetomi (1880-1947)
Meido no hikyaku no Umekawa (The heroine Umekawa in Meido no hikyaku [by Chikamatsu Monzaemon]), from Dai Chikamatsu zenshu furoku mokuhan (Collection of the complete works of Chikamatsu, an appendix in woodcut)
Woodcut with silver mica, 1923, sealed Tsunetomi--very good impression, good color, right margin edge stained
45.1 x 29.3cm.
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