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Notes (1st edition)
Publisher (this edition): Not Set Not Set
Date of this item: c1860 c1860
Notes (this edition)
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
Pride of Edo: # 1

Artist: Hiroshige II & Kunisada
Format: Oban tate-e: 14" x 9.5"

Subject: Young children, wearing archaic dress, for the Hiyoshi Shrine Festival.

Date: c. 1860

Condition: Slightly trimmed in margins. Album backing paper. Album foldmark along right edge with small paper losses at top and base. Minor soils, toning, marks and flaws. Generally good state.

Colour: Fine colors.

Impression: Fine impression with gauffrage.
ARTIST: Hiroshige II and Kunisada
SERIES: Edo Jiman (Pride of Edo).
FORMAT: Oban, Tate-e
SIZE: 13 by 8.75 ins.
DESCRIPTION: Hiyoshi, San-no (Carnival children at San-no(Shrine), Hiyoshi.
DATE: ca. 1860
CONDITION: Trimmed, otherwise good impression, colour and condition.
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