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Moon at Enoshima Beach

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Moon at Enoshima Beach 月夜の江の嶋
by Toko (Ishiwata Koitsu)

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Artist: Toko (Ishiwata Koitsu)
Title: Moon at Enoshima Beach 月夜の江の嶋
Series: 
Date 1st edition?1933/8
Date of this artwork?1933 (may not be accurate)
Publisher 1st edition?Doi Sadaichi 土井貞一
Publisher (this edition)?Iida Kunitaro 飯田國太郎
Medium (1st edition): Woodblock
Medium (this edition): Woodblock
Format (1st edition): Oban
Format (this edition): Oban
DB artwork code: 31410
Notes (1st edition)?This scene is by Ishiwata Koitsu (signed Toko), not by Tsuchiya Koitsu or Kawase Hasui. On later (post-war) editions the publisher Doi Eiichi changed the artist seal to that of Kawase Hasui, I assume to increase sales because Hasui is a far more recognised artist.

東江(石渡江逸)
月夜の江の嶋 昭和8年(1932)
刷極良 保存極良
39.2x26.5cm.
土井版
Notes (this edition)?The following information was taken from the original web listing of this artwork. Often written by non-experts, there may be inaccuracies:

Wednesday, 10 October 2007

Attached is a picture of a Toko print. My husband and I have several prints
by Hasui. In addition we own the four season prints by Bakufu Ohno. In our
collection is also several Kunisada triptych's along with one that has
Japanese writing underneath the wood block print that is possibly from
Kudisada himself?

We would love to send you a complete portfolio of all of our prints and
other Japanese artwork on a CD but we would need your address. Another
option would be to send you a slide show if you feel that you have an
interest in this artwork.

Let me give you a little history as to how we acquired these beautiful works
of art. My Great Uncle, Dr. John Mooney was a Doctor in Japan after WWII -
he collected and purchased for himself multiple Japanese prints, inro's,
netsuke's, closissone & ceramic vases and also received many items as gifts
from patients. The prints were shipped to Dr. Mooney's widowed sister - Mrs.
Sabina Mooney Seifert in New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania sometime after WWII.
Dr. Mooney returned from Japan and lived his remaining years with his
widowed sister and niece until his passing December 18, 1967. The prints
were kept in the family home by Dr. Mooney's niece, Ms. Mary Seifert. Ms.
Mary Seifert passed away at the age of 82 in July of 2007. The contents of
the home were willed and acquired by us in September of 2007.

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