12 May 1999
HOKUSAI (1760-1849), UTAMARO, KUNIYOSHI, SHUNSHO and others: various sizes; two signed bookplates from Shuga Ichiran by Hokusai, of a scene of three boys playing musical instruments, and of a man falling over after trying to kill a huge red snapper, both signed Gakyojin Hokusai ga; three hosoban actor prints by Shunsho, Toyokuni and Shunei; an oban tate-e by Utamaro of two beauties and a servant by a river; an oban tate-e by Kuniyoshi explaining a dance with four fans; an oban tate-e of a beauty by Toyokuni; and two other prints - generally good impressions, faded colours, some soiled, some damage on edges and tears (10)
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