Ebi ni akagai "A lobster and an ark shell", one illustrating a fisherman seated in reeds casting with two bamboo rods, with the series title as above; and the other the outline of the first forming a silhouette of a lobster and an ark shell, the first signed Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi giga and published by Kazusaya Iwakichi--very good impressions and color, slightly soiled, the first with some worm holes restored along upper edge and some minute worm holes restored in places, the second with minute worm holes restored in places, both with minor stains on restorations and on edges and faint vertical center fold line (2)" /> KUNIYOSHI: <I>oban tate-e</I> (35.9 x 26.3cm.); a set of two prints from the series <I>Sono omokage hodoyoku utsushi-e</I>, one subtitled <I>Okazuri</I> "Fishing on land" and the other <I>Ebi ni akagai</I> "A lobster and an ark shell", one illustrating a fisherman seated in reeds casting with two bamboo rods, with the series title as above; and the other the outline of the first forming a silhouette of a lobster and an ark shell, the first signed <I>Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi giga</I> and published by Kazusaya Iwakichi--very good impressions and color, slightly soiled, the first with some worm holes restored along upper edge and some minute worm holes restored in places, the second with minute worm holes restored in places, both with minor stains on restorations and on edges and faint vertical center fold line (2) | Christie's