Japanese Woodblock Prints:
Shin-hanga (traditional 20th C.)

Notes: Names are listed here in the Japanese manner with the family name preceding the given name; capital letters are used for the single name generally cited and listings are alphabetized according to the latter; alternate names are in parentheses. Italics indicate Japanese or translations of Japanese characters. Print measurements refer to image area only. All woodblock prints are unmatted and unframed unless indicated otherwise.

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Aoyama AOYAMA Seiji (Masaharu) (1893-1969). Cormorant; oban yoko-e (14½" x 9½"). Signed "M. Aoyama" in LL margin and with "Ao" seal in LR part of image. Ca. 1950s. Condition: very good; slight toning; full margins; thin tape on back over margins (except bottom).SOLD. (#A2AI)
Asada ASADA Benji (1899-1984). Pagoda of Ninnaji Temple in Kyoto; oban tate-e (10¼" x 15¼"). Signed "Asada" with Uchida (publisher) seal underneath; "UCHIDA" watermark in lower margin near the kento notch. Ca. 1930s. Condition: good to excellent; very slight toning in visible area; some tape residue verso; full margins; deckle edges top, left, and bottom. SOLD. (#99DBb)
Asano ASANO Takeji (b. 1900). See Asano Gallery:
•Snow in Kamigamo Shrine, Kyoto (#99CZa)
•Tsukubasan Shrine (#A0CZ)
•Moonlight in Sarusawa Pond, Nara (#A0FQ)
•Drizzling Rain in Nijyo Castle, Kyoto (#A0FV)
•A Bamboo in the Shrine (#A2AG)
Bakufu Ono BAKUFU (1888-1976) Rice reaping; oban tate-e (14½" x 9¾"). Signed "Bakufu" with red Bakufu and Shinagawa seals; published by Kyoto Hanga-in (1953). Condition: very good to excellent; very slight toning; full margins. $295. (#LS39)
Chosei Miwa CHOSEI (b. 1901-1983). Peony; oban tate-e (14½" x 9¾"). Signed "Chosei" with Shinagawa seal LL; published ca. 1960s by Kyoto Hanga-in. Condition: very good; intact borders; ("KYOTO HANGAIN LTD.") stamped in red verso in lower border; slight wrinkling at top center and bottom center; attached at the top to presentation folio. $175. (#99ARb)
Daiko DAIKO (fl. 1930s). Swallows on a willow branch; oban tate-e (14" x 9½"). Signed "Daiko" with (unread) seal LR; published in ca. early 1930s by Doi Teiichi (prewar seal in LL margin together with printer [Gotou] and carver [Katsumura] tandem seals); 12-mm round Do watermark near UL corner of paper. Condition: very good; all margins intact, but some staining of top and upper left margins; top margin with deckle edge; very slight toning throughout; no tears or folds. SOLD. (#LS14)
Gakusui Ide GAKUSUI (b. 1899). Two Japanese Cranes (Tancho); oban tate-e (14½" x 9½"). Signed with Gakusui seal; published by Watanabe Shozaburo. Condition: excellent; full borders with deckle edges left and top. $250. (#99BZb)
Ohashi Gekko Ohashi GEKKO (b. 1895). "Kabuki (Series 1)", a set of six woodblock prints, each chuban tate-e (10" x 8"). Signed "Gekko" with Gekko seal; published in 1954 by Shinagawa (Kyoto Hanga-In); in hardcover folio with explanatory booklet. Condition: excellent; full borders; no blemishes or tears; slight wear to spine of folio. SOLD. (#A0BXa)
Hasui Kawase HASUI (1883-1957; Japanese). "Fuji from Narusawa"; oban yoko-e (9½" x 14¼"). Signed "Hasui" and dated "Showa 11" (1936); republished by Watanabe between 1945-1957 (6-mm seal LL). Condition: fair to good; tape residue around edges verso; moderately toned; otherwise intact. $350. (#A0AZ)
Hiroaki Takahashi HIROAKI (Shotei) (1871-1945). "Mt. Fuji from Midzukubo" (oban yoko-e: 10¼" x 15¼"). Ca. early 1940s. Condition: Good to very good: slight toning throughout; no folds, tears, etc.; intact margins (top and right with deckle edge). $450. (#A0BU)
Nisaburo Nisaburo ITO (fl. early 20th C.). Chushojima Area in Kyoto. Framed and matted; oban tate-e (visible area 15½" x 10¼"). Signed "Nisaburo" and "Nis" with publisher's seal (Uchida). Condition of print: Excellent; lower corners of the frame damaged; print not examined out of frame. $175. (#A0BG)
Kanpo Yoshikawa KANPO (1894-1979). "Morning Mist at Sanjo Bridge"; oban tate-e (10½" x 15"). Signed "Kanpo" and dated (Taisho 13 [1924]) with Sato Sho han seal LR; attached across the top to presentation folder. Published by Sato Shotaro; early edition. Condition: very good; margins trimmed left & bottom; otherwise no tears or blemishes. SOLD. (#A0BXi)
Kasamatsu KASAMATSU Shiro (1898-1991). "Ame ni kururo to (Rainy Evening at the Yanaka Pagoda)"; oban tate-e (15½" x 10½"). Signed and sealed LR: "Kasamatsu"; annotated in left margin with original publication date (1932); published by Shozaburo Watanabe (6-mm seal LL corner) ca. 1950 in limited edition of 200. Condition: very good; very slight toning; two pinholes in left margin; deckle edges, top and left. $450. (#A0BA)
Koitsu Tsuchiya KOITSU (1870-1949). See Koitsu Gallery:
•Rain at Horyuji Temple, Nara (#98AC)
•Owl (#99DH)
•Asakusa Kinryusan (#A0AM)
•Full Moon at Akashi Beach (#A4AD)
•Evening at Ushigoma (#LS17)
•Boats at Shinagawa (#LS18)
•Sunset at Tomonotsu, Inland Sea (#LS19)
•Snow at Miyajima (#LS38)
Konishi KONISHI Seiichiro (b. 1919). Sunset over the Inland Sea; oban yoko-e (11½" x14"). Brush-signed ("S. Konishi") in LR image and also signed Konishi Seiichiro in right margin. Titled, numbered ("88/200"), and dated ("1967-5") with jikoku (self-carved) and jizuri (self-printed) seals in bottom margin. Condition: excellent; very strong color; no apparent defects; full margins; tipped to presentation folder. SOLD. (#A0CY)
Kotozuka KOTOZUKA Eiichi (1906-1979). See Kotozuka Gallery:
•Nikko Pagoda (#A0CT)
•Five-storied Pagoda (#99AE)
•Attractive Path in Kyotaka (#99BU)
•Yasaka Neighborhood (#99CZb)
•Street Scene at Night (#99CZc)
•Owl and Cherry Blossoms (#99DBa)
•Iris Flowers (#99DBc)
•Full Moon from Seta Karahashi Bridge (#99AJd)
•Maples of Takao in Kyoto (#99AJb)
Koyo Omura KOYO (1891-1983). Moon over Kyoto Temple; oban tate-e (15½" x 10¾"). Signed "Koyo" with unidentified (top) and Shinagawa (bottom) seals below signature; published ca. 1950s by Kyoto Hanga-in (red Kyoto Hanga-in & Shinagawa seals in lower left margin). Condition: excellent; full margins with deckle edges top & left; tipped to presentation folio. $195. (#A0CW)
Mataichiro Isoda MATAICHIRO (b. 1907). Crossing the Stream. Attractively framed and double matted; visible area: oban yoko-e (9" x 14¼"). Signed "Mataichiro hitsu" with illegible seal. Probably published ca. 1950. Condition: excellent; no apparent blemishes; not examined out of frame. $250. (#A0EG)
Noda Sonan NODA (mid 20th C.). "Horse (white on black)"; oban yoko-e (10¾" x 15½"). Signed "Noda" with Noda seal; Red seals of publisher ("Hanmoto Kyoto Hanga-in" together with those of the carver and printer in left lower margin; ca. 1950. Condition of print: Excellent; no apparent blemishes except for slight amount of printer's ink in lower margin; right margin with deckle edge; tipped at top to presentation folio. $125. (#99BQ)
Sanzo Wada SANZO (1883-1968). See Sanzo Gallery:
•Shichifukujin: Bishamonten; Jurojin; Hotei (#99CYa)
•Shichifukujin: Benzaiten (Benten); Daikoku; Ebisu; Fukurokuju (#99CYb)
•Inn for Sailors (#A0EV)
•Farm Family (#A0EW)
•Picture Story Show (#A0FF)
•Fortune Teller (#A0FT)
Shizuo Ashikaga SHIZUO (fl. ca. 1950s). See Shizuo Gallery:
•Tree Sparrow on Bamboo (#A0FZ)
•Russet sparrows and mallow (#A4AE)
•Long-tailed rose finch and pine tree (#A5BRa)
•Nightingale and plum (#A5BRb)
•Dusky Ouzel and Pine Tree (#A5BRc)
Shoson Ohara SHOSON (Koson; Hoson) (1877-1945). Kingfisher and Irises; oban tate-e (14¼" x 9½"). Signed "Shoson"; originally published by Watanabe in 1927 and reissued just prior to Shoson's death in 1945 (Watanabe 6-mm seal LL). Condition: very good: two small pinholes in left margin; two small tape residues and typed label verso; deckle edges top and most of left margins. $850. (#LS13)
Shunsen Natori SHUNSEN (1886-1960). "Ichikawa Kigan (Onoe Taganojo) as Otomi"; from the series "36 Portraits of Actors in Various Roles"; oban tate-e (15¼" x 10½"). Signed "Shunsen" with Shusen seal; published (1927) in a limited edition of 150 by Watanabe Shozaburo. Condition: very good; a few very minor creases; excellent color; full margins (top & left with deckle edge). SOLD. (#A0AG)
Tadamasa Ueno TADAMASA (1904-1970). "Kanjincho"; from the series "Kabuki juhachi ban (Eighteen Kabuki)"; oban tate-e (14" x 9½"). Signed "Tadamasa" with red Tadamasa seal; published in 1952 by Shokokusha and printed by Shinmi Saburo (light light gray seals in LL margin). Condition; very good; very slightly toned; lower robe with white mica; no folds or tears; very good color; full margins with top deckle edge. $175. (#99BW)
Tokuriki TOKURIKI Tomikichiro (1902-1999). See Tokuriki Gallery:
•Asakusa Kannon Temple (#99AJc) •First Torii....Atago Shrine (#A5BXa)
•White Thread Falls (#99BNa) •The Stairs of Hase-dera (#A0ALa)
•Autumn Field near Fuji (#99BNb) •Passageway to the Great Buddha (#A0ALb)
•Year of Abundance (#99BNd) •Horyuji Temple (#A0ALc)
•Tateho Cherry Blossoms (#99BNf) •Good Luck Temple Shop (#A0ALh)
•Kintaikyo Bridge in Iwakuni (#A4AS) •Snowy Scene....Nijo Castle (#C085)
•Full Moon....Kyomizu Temple (#A4AC) •Entrance to Ura-senke (#A0GO)
•Noodle Cart (#A0AD) •Sake shop (#A0AE)
•Traveling down river (postcard) (#A0BYa) •Kyoto street scene (postcard) (#A0BYb)
H. Yoshida YOSHIDA Hiroshi (1876-1950). Fuji from Musashino; dated 1928 (oban yoko-e: 9¾" x 14¾"). Titled in English LL and signed LR with pencil beneath the image; also signed "Yoshida" on the print together with red Hiroshi seal; Jizuri seal in upper left margin. Slightly toned margins, otherwise very good color. $1,100. (#LS21)
T. Yoshida YOSHIDA Toshi (1911-1996). See Yoshida T. Gallery:
•"Buncho" (#LS26)
•"Okaramon" (#LS27)
•"Half Moon Bridge" (#LS28)
•"Morinji in Spring" (#LS29)
•"Village in Harima" (#99DG)
•"Hummingbird and Fuchsia" (#LS30)
Nomura Nomura YOSHIMITSU (early 20th C). Mountain Shrine from the series Kyoraku meishi (Famous Places around Kyoto). Attractively framed and double matted; visible area: oban yoko-e (8¼" x 13½"). Published in 1931 by Sato Shotaro; signed "Yoshimitsu" with publisher's seal reading "Sato Sho han." Condition of print: Very good; very slightly toned; no apparent blemishes in print; not examined out of frame. SOLD. (#A0EF)

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