London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Japanese woodblock print 'Winter before the Moat', early 20th century
depicting a snow scene of numerous buidings on the banks of a moat with a boat viewed through willow to the foreground -- 17½in. x 13in. (44.5cm. x 33cm.), dated Showa, 11th month, 26th year, signed Masayoshi, printed by Adachi Toyohisa.
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