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Asian Art (212 Lots)

by Chiswick Auctions

February 28, 2017, 11:00 AM GMT

Live Auction

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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A FINE IVORY OKIMONO OF A CHINESE IMMORTAL.

Estimate: £500 - £800

Description: A FINE IVORY OKIMONO OF A CHINESE IMMORTAL. Meiji period. Carved to depict Gama Sennin, the Toad Immortal, standing and holding a staff, a large toad clambering over his shoulder, signed Kokugetsu on the base, wooden stand, 23cm H. 象牙彫置物 がま仙人 明治時代、 銘 谷月

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THREE IVORY TOKYO SCHOOL OKIMONO FIGURES.

Estimate: £500 - £800

Description: THREE IVORY TOKYO SCHOOL OKIMONO FIGURES. Meiji period. Comprising a fisherman crossing a bridge, signed Mitsumasa, 15cm H; a fisherman carrying a basket filled with crabs, signed Gyokumin, 15cm H; and an old farmer holding a stick, unsigned, 16cm H. (3) 象牙彫置物、3点 明治時代 銘。光正、玉眠

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TWO JAPANESE AND ONE CHINESE IVORY ‘LADIES’ OKIMONO.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: TWO JAPANESE AND ONE CHINESE IVORY ‘LADIES’ OKIMONO. 19th century. The first depicting a Japanese beauty elegantly dressed standing and holding a lantern, signed Komin, 19cm H; the second a young Japanese girl standing with an umbrella in one hand and a gourd bottle in the other, unsigned, wood stand, 15cm H, the third a study of a reclining Chinese nude, carved wood stand, 23cm long. (3) 象牙彫置物3点、日本、中国美人、 銘光民、19世紀

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FOUR SMALL IVORY OKIMONO OF FIGURES.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: FOUR SMALL IVORY OKIMONO OF FIGURES. Meiji period. Comprising a peasant woman carrying a hoe and a basket overflowing with produce beside her husband; a man seated on a wooden bench holding a lunch box; and two further small okimono of a fisherman and hunter, all intricately carved, the largest 11cm H. (4) 象牙彫置物4点、農夫、木こり他、銘 東斎、龍月、静宗、明治時代

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TWO IVORY OKIMONO.

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: TWO IVORY OKIMONO.  19th / 20th Century. The first a sectional ivory okimono of a farmer standing with a basket of persimmons on his back, 25cm H, the second, a group okimono of a hawk being attacked by a lion, naturalistically modelled with inlaid eyes, 25cm long. 象牙彫置物2点、農夫、鷹とライオン、19・20世紀 無銘

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A FINE TOKYO SCHOOL IVORY FIGURAL GROUP.

Estimate: £600 - £800

Description: A FINE TOKYO SCHOOL IVORY FIGURAL GROUP. Meiji period. Comprising a woman kneeling at a hibachi stove cooking sazae (conch shells), beside a traveller, unsigned, wooden stand, 24cm H. 象牙彫置物、サザエ売りと旅人 無銘、明治時代 The right hand of the man has been broken off and glued back.

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AN IVORY OKIMONO OF A FISHERMAN, TOGETHER WITH AN IVORY CARD CASE.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: AN IVORY OKIMONO OF A FISHERMAN, TOGETHER WITH AN IVORY CARD CASE. 19th Century. The fisherman sitting cross-legged repairing a net that hangs from a tree, signed Kyoshu, 22cm H; the card case with a hinged top engraved with two coiled dragons, their eyes inlaid with mother-of-pearl, 10cm long. (2) 象牙彫置物、漁師 銘 京秀、象牙彫名刺入れ

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AN IVORY OKIMONO OF A PLEASURE BOAT.

Estimate: £100 - £200

Description: AN IVORY OKIMONO OF A PLEASURE BOAT. Meiji period. Carved with two musicians seated playing flutes on the deck beside a Samurai standing on a low table, signed Isshu, 15cm long. 象牙彫置物、船 明治時代

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AN IVORY OKIMONO OF TWO CHINESE FIGURES.

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: AN IVORY OKIMONO OF TWO CHINESE FIGURES. Meiji period. Depicting a Chinese sage seated on a chair beside a woman, each holding a koro, a small Kannon deity perched on his shoulder, signed Gyokushin, 18cm H. 象牙彫置物、中国人物 銘玉心 明治時代彫置物、船 明治時代

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TWO IVORY OKIMONO.

Estimate: £100 - £200

Description: TWO IVORY OKIMONO. Meiji period. The first a standing figure of a farmer with one hand raised, his robe engraved with a maple leaf design and signed Mitsuyuki, 15cm H, the other depicting an artisan, half-kneeling holding a samurai helmet and signed Ryogetsu, 9cm H. (2) 象牙彫置物、農夫、職人、明治時代

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AN IVORY ‘RAT GROUP’ NETSUKE, SIGNED IKKOSAI.

Estimate: £400 - £500

Description: AN IVORY ‘RAT GROUP’ NETSUKE, SIGNED IKKOSAI. 19th Century Well carved as a group of rats clustered together, stained details, the eyes inlaid in dark horn, signed Ikkosai, 4cm wide. 象牙彫根付、鼠 銘 一光斎、19世紀

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AN IVORY NETSUKE OF MANZAI PERFORMERS, SIGNED MINKOKU.

Estimate: £500 - £700

Description: AN IVORY NETSUKE OF MANZAI PERFORMERS, SIGNED MINKOKU. 19th Century. The two figures seated, each holding a fan and a drum, performing for a New Year celebration, finely carved with stained details, signed Minkoku, 4.5cm H. 象牙彫根付、漫才師、銘 民谷、19世紀

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Starting bid: £440 (0 bids)

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TWO WOOD NETSUKE.

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: TWO WOOD NETSUKE. 19th/20th Century. The first depicting a seated daruma wrapped in a rope, signed Hogan Isshu, 4.5cm H; the second depicting a professional sneezer, holding an ivory dagger, signed Gyokukie, 4cm H. (2) 木彫根付2点、達磨。くしゃみ師

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TWO IVORY NETSUKE.

Estimate: £450 - £600

Description: TWO IVORY NETSUKE. 19th Century. The first modelled as a karako pushing a daruma doll, signed Hozan. 4cm long; the second a study of a dog with a pup climbing on her back, unsigned, 3cm long. (2) 象牙根付2点、唐子と達磨、犬

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AN EBONY NETSUKE OF A SHISHI DOG.

Estimate: £250 - £300

Description: AN EBONY NETSUKE OF A SHISHI DOG. 19th Century. Carved in the form of a seal, the head turned to the left, unsigned, 3.5cm H. 木彫根付 獅子、無銘 19世紀

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A LEATHER TOBACCO POUCH AND PIPE CASE.

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: A LEATHER TOBACCO POUCH AND PIPE CASE. 19th Century. A metal clasp decorated with a humorous image of Daruma holding a daruma doll applied to the brown deerskin cover, the wood pipe case containing a bamboo pipe fitted with silver ends, a walrus-tusk ojime depicting a samurai face, the pouch 7.5 x 13cm. 革製煙草入れと煙管

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AN IVORY INRO.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: AN IVORY INRO. Meiji period. The seven-cases carved in relief to one side as poet with an attendant in Heian-period costume, standing near a stream, the reverse with a country landscape, the ivory netsuke depicting a farmer holding a bamboo shoot, signed Koetsu to, 9.6 x 7.3cm. 象牙彫印篭 明治時代

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A GOLD LACQUER FIVE CASE INRO.

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: A GOLD LACQUER FIVE CASE INRO. 19th Century. Decorated in gold lacquer hiramaki-e and kirikane, with chrysanthemums behind a bamboo trellis, with a circular gold lacquer ojime, 9cm long. 蒔絵印籠、19世紀

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A WOOD ‘SCULPTOR AND BEAUTY’ OKIMONO.

Estimate: £400 - £500

Description: A WOOD ‘SCULPTOR AND BEAUTY’ OKIMONO. Meiji period. Depicting a sculptor carving a wooden figure of a courtesan to be transformed into a real woman, 11cm H. 木彫り置物、彫師 明治時代

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A CARVED WOOD DARUMA.

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: A CARVED WOOD DARUMA. 19th Century. Standing in an expression of concentration, holding a hossu and wrapped in a long cloak, 36.2cm H. 木彫 達磨像、19世紀

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A GROUP OF BUDDHIST FIGURES.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: A GROUP OF BUDDHIST FIGURES. 19th / 20th Century. The three figures carved from wood, two with travelling shrines (zushi), each painted in gilt and colour, the tallest 30cm H. (5) 木彫頂相、厨子 5点、19世紀

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A PAIR OF JAPANESE YEW WOOD LION DOGS.

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: A PAIR OF JAPANESE YEW WOOD LION DOGS. 20th Century. Carved in the Ichii ito Bori technique, one standing, one reclining, the base signed Naomitus, 18cm H. 飛騨イチイ一刀彫り 獅子

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TWO BRONZE ‘ELEPHANT AND TIGER’ GROUPS.

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: TWO BRONZE ‘ELEPHANT AND TIGER’ GROUPS. 20th Century. Each modelled as two tigers attacking an elephant, naturalistically cast with textured skins and with inset ivory tusks, signed Seiya saku and Tunemitsu, 17cm H and 25cm H. (2) 銅器置物 象と虎、2点、20世紀

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A LARGE BRONZE CENSER.

Estimate: £400 - £500

Description: A LARGE BRONZE CENSER. 19th / 20th Century. The globular body decorated with clouds and geometric patterns, supported on tripod feet, the two handles formed as shishi dogs, the cover surmounted by a further shishi, 38cm H. 双耳三足銅製香炉.19・20世紀

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A PAIR OF BRONZE CANDLE HOLDERS.

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: A PAIR OF BRONZE CANDLE HOLDERS. 19th / 20th century. Each modelled as an oni holding a lotus, with a lantern affixed to the top, 75cm H (2) 銅製 蝋燭立一対、19世紀

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A BRONZE MODEL OF A FOX.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: A BRONZE MODEL OF A FOX. 19th Century. Seated with its head turned to the right, naturalistically modelled with incised fur details, signed Morisane to the base, 16cm H. 銅器置物 狐 銘 守真,19世紀

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A LARGE BRONZE DEER.

Estimate: £800 - £1,000

Description: A LARGE BRONZE DEER. 20th Century. Elegantly modelled as a mejika (doe), standing with the head slightly lowered, the bronze with a green patination, 53 x 85cm. 銅製女鹿、20世紀

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A FINE BRONZE ‘KIRIN’ KORO.

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,200

Description: A FINE BRONZE ‘KIRIN’ KORO. 19th Century. The mythological creature seated with one raised forepaw, the head turned skyward and the body covered with dragon-like scales, the cover inset into the back, unsigned, 45cm H. 銅製香炉麒麟型、19世紀 無銘

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A BRONZE ‘GOOSE’ KORO.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: A BRONZE ‘GOOSE’ KORO. 18th/19th Century. Modelled as a standing goose, the neck extended, a section of the back feather forming the cover, unsigned, 16cm H. 銅製雁型香炉、18・19世紀 無銘

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A LARGE BRONZE OKIMONO OF A YOUNG SAMURAI AND A GIANT CARP.

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Description: A LARGE BRONZE OKIMONO OF A YOUNG SAMURAI AND A GIANT CARP. Meiji period. Depicting the young samurai Oniwakamaru standing on the edge of a rocky cliff, about to slay a giant carp emerging from the waves below, signed on the back, Kinryusai Toshimichi saku, 43cm H. 銅置物 鬼若丸と鯉、銘 金龍斎壽道作、明治時代

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A BRONZE VASE.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: A BRONZE VASE. Meiji period. Of ovoid form decorated in low relief with two carp swimming in the stream, with gilt painted eye, signed Chikatoshi, 16cm H. 銅製花瓶、銘親敏、明治時代

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A BRONZE VASE.

Estimate: £150 - £250

Description: A BRONZE VASE. 20th Century. Of gourd shape with a brown patina in imitation of iron, with a jumping frog applied to the waisted shoulders, with a seal mark on the base, 18cm H. 銅製花瓶、20世紀

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A PAIR OF BRONZE VASES WITH SOFT METAL INLAID.

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: A PAIR OF BRONZE VASES WITH SOFT METAL INLAID. Meiji period. The cylindrical body rising to a trumpet neck decorated with flying cranes, dragons and foliage, decorated in mixed-metal inlay, signed Dai Nippon Kyoto Sato saku to base, 28cm H. 銅象嵌花瓶一対、銘 大日本京都 佐藤作、明治時代

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A BRONZE OKIMONO.

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: A BRONZE OKIMONO. Meiji period. Depicting a standing beauty in a kimono, her head covered in an uchikake decorated with engraved floral pattern, mounted on a wooden stand, 20cm H. 銅製置物 美人、明治時代

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A BRONZE IKEBANA VESSEL IN THE FORM OF A BOAT.

Estimate: £250 - £300

Description: A BRONZE IKEBANA VESSEL IN THE FORM OF A BOAT. 19th / 20th century. Finely cast as a wooden ferry boat, with an oar attached on one side, 54cm long. 銅製生け花船、19・20世紀

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A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE.

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE. Meiji period. Decorated in the wireless technique, musen, to depict Mount Fuji emerging from the clouds against a grey ground, 16cm H. 七宝花瓶、明治時代 無銘

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TWO PAIRS OF CLOISONNÉ VASES, A PAIR OF SATSUMA VASES AND TWO CUPS.

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: TWO PAIRS OF CLOISONNÉ VASES, A PAIR OF SATSUMA VASES AND TWO CUPS. Meiji period. The cloisonné enamel vases of baluster shape, each worked with gilt wire richly decorated with floral designs, unsigned, 31 / 25cm H; a pair of satsuma vases of squat pear-shape with long slender necks, the bodies decorated in enamels and gilt with sparrows flying against a blue sky beneath swirling bands of shippo patterns on the necks, signed Dai Nippon Taizan saku, 25cm H, and a pair of sake cups decorated with port views, 9.2cm D. (6) 七宝花瓶 2対、薩摩焼花瓶、銘帯山、薩摩焼盃2点 明治時代

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A FINE BRONZE VASE, BY KANAMORI EI’ICHI (1908 – 2001).

Estimate: £700 - £900

Description: A FINE BRONZE VASE, BY KANAMORI EI’ICHI (1908 – 2001). 20th Century. Inlaid in silver and gilt, decorated with a band of gold studs and silver decoration, signed Ei’ichi saku on the reverse on an inlaid silver tablet, 21cm H. 銅象嵌花瓶、銘 栄一作、昭和時代

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AN ENAMELLED SILVER BOX AND COVER.

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: AN ENAMELLED SILVER BOX AND COVER. Meiji period. Of circular form, the cover decorated with irises and wisteria in coloured enamels, Jungin mark to base, 9cm diameter. 銀製丸形箱、明治時代

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A FINE SATSUMA VASE, BY KUSUNOBE.

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: A FINE SATSUMA VASE, BY KUSUNOBE. Meiji period. Painted in enamels and gilt to depict a young Samurai on horseback marching with his retainers under the flowering cherry trees, a lake with sailing boats in the background, signed Kusunobe, 25cm H. 薩摩焼花瓶 銘 楠部、明治時代

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AN IMARI DISH.

Estimate: £400 - £500

Description: AN IMARI DISH. 18th Century. Of lobed form, decorated in underglaze blue with a bird and flower design reserved on a stylised karakusa pattern ground, with a brown rim, two character mark on the reserve, 16cm diameter. 伊万里染付輪花小皿、江戸時代

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A PAIR OF NABESHIMA STYLE DISHES.

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: A PAIR OF NABESHIMA STYLE DISHES. 19th Century. Of leaf-shape form, decorated in underglaze blue, yellow, green and red enamels with a stylized leaf and pea pod design, 17cm diameter. (2) 鍋島様式皿一対、19世紀

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A HIRODO TEA POT.

Estimate: £250 - £300

Description: A HIRODO TEA POT. 19th Century. Modelled as a karako holding a dog, with detail painted in underglaze blue, 21cm H. 平戸焼 唐子と犬 明治時代

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A PORCELAIN COCKEREL, BY KEIZAN

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: A PORCELAIN COCKEREL, BY KEIZAN 20th Century. 9.5 x 11cm. 陶器置物、雄鶏 銘 渓山、20世紀 Kato Keizan I (1886-1963) was born in Tajimi, Gifu prefecture and moved to Kyoto to open a kiln in Gojozaka in 1912. He specialised in Longquan-style celadon ceramics, often referred to as "tenryuji seiji”, with the majority of his work replicating the style of Yuan and Ming Dynasty China. His works are represented in the collection of the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto.

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A GROUP OF WOODBLOCK PRINTS BY EISEN AND OTHERS.

Estimate: £250 - £300

Description: A GROUP OF WOODBLOCK PRINTS BY EISEN AND OTHERS. Three oban tate-e, by Eizan, each depicting a standing courtesan from various series, two framed oban yoko-e by Toyokuni III showing from the Chushingura series, and a print from the prince Genji series by Kunisada II. (6) 錦絵6枚、英仙、国貞

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TWO PRINTS BY KOBAYASHI KIYOCHIKA.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: TWO PRINTS BY KOBAYASHI KIYOCHIKA. 19th Century Oban tate-e, from the series ‘Musashi hyakkei  no uchi’ (100 views of Musashi provinces), the first with subtitle ‘ Meguro ien hiugama’  showing the Gunpowder factory on the hilltop overlooking Mount. Fuji; the second with subtitle ‘ Tamagawa nunosarashi’ (washing cloth at the Tama river), published by Kobayashi Tetsujiro, dated Meiji 17 (1884). (2) 木版画 小林清親 武蔵百景の内 2枚

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TWO PRINTS BY YOSHITOSHI AND ONE BY URUSHIBARA.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: TWO PRINTS BY YOSHITOSHI AND ONE BY URUSHIBARA. 19th/20th Century. Oban tate-e, three prints by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi from the series ‘One hundred aspects of the moon’ and one hosoban print by Shotei, depicting travelling musicians at night in Shinagawa, and a small print by Urushibara in collaboration with Frank Brangwyn. (3) 木版画 月岡芳年、松亭、漆原 5点

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TWO PRINTS BY LILIAN MILLER AND ONE BY PAUL JACOULET.

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: TWO PRINTS BY LILIAN MILLER AND ONE BY PAUL JACOULET. 20th Century. Two woodblock prints by Lilian Miller, each showing a Korean scholar, and one small print by Paul Jacoulet, subtitled La Cruche, Mongolie, depicting a Mongolian lady carrying a water jar on her shoulder, all framed and glazed, the largest 22 x 18 cm. (3) 木版画三枚、ポール.ジャコレー、リリアン.ミラー

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SIX FRAMED PRINTS BY KOSON AND KOGYO.

Estimate: £300 - £500

Description: SIX FRAMED PRINTS BY KOSON AND KOGYO. 20th century. Four chu-tanzaku prints by Koson, depicting flying geese, carp in the water, a cockerel and chicks, Mount Fuji and a sailing boat; together with two shikishi format prints, sailing boats by Koson and quails and the moon by Kogyo. (6) 木版画 6枚、古邨、耕漁

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TWO PRINTS BY HIROSHI YOSHIDA.

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: TWO PRINTS BY HIROSHI YOSHIDA. Circa 1970. From an posthumous edition of the series Sailing Boats, Morning, and Evening, with printed signatures in the bottom margins, 54 x 40.5cm and 55 x 39.7cm (2) 版画 後刷り、吉田博

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