Japanese & Asian Prints

The Tale of Genji

$175.00

Woodblock, image size 8 1/4 x 12 1/4 inches, c. 1950, artist seal l.r. Masao Ebina is best known for his set of prints depicting the 54 chapters of "Genji Monagatari", an eleventh century novel about an aristocratic womanizer in medieval Japan.

Lady Yaegakihime

$175.00

This is a colored woodblock print that measures 15 1/4 x 10 inches in a 23 x 17 inch black and gold frame. An ethereal print with vibrant colors. Artist seal in the lower right. A label on the back of the print has the history of Yaegakihime. Provenance: The Collector's Guild in New York.

Warrior Kajiwara Kagesue

$175.00

This is a colored woodblock that measures 15 1/4 x 10 inches in a black and gold 23 x 17 inch frame. Artist's seal in the lower left. A dramatic print with good use of bokashi shading in the background. Provenance: The Collector's Guild in New York, according to a label on the back, which also has the history of Kagesue.

Kabuki Actors

$175.00

Color woodblock, image size 14 3/8 x 9 13/16 inches, circa 1830. Ashiyuki was active in Osaka from 1814 to 1833 and a pioneer of the 'surimono' larger format print.

Warrior Sasaki Takatsuna

$175.00

This is a colored woodblock print that measures 15 1/4 x 10 inches in a 23 x 17 inch black and gold frame. Artist seal in the lower right. A dynamic and colorful print. Provenance: The Collector's Guild in New York, according to a label on the back, which also has the history of Takatsuna.

Kanjin-cho Benkei

$175.00

This color woodblock print measures 15 1/4 x 10 inches in a black and gold frame. Artist seal in the lower left. Provenance: The Collector's Guild in New York, according to a label on the back, which also has the history of Kanjin-cho Benkei.

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