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Takahashi Shotei ( 1871-1945) and Kawase
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Takahashi Shotei ( 1871-1945) and Kawase Hasui (1883-1957); two woodblock prints, Fuji from Mizuchubo, 1936, signed Hiroaki; and the Zentsuji Temple in...

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    (lot of 2) Japanese modern woodblock prints, Takahashi Shotei /Hiroaki, (1871-1945), 1930s, 'Moon at Ishiyama Temple' and 'At Dusk', each with the title and the artist seal, ... [more like this]
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    Landscape with Figures Crossing a Bridge at Dusk, Woodblock, sight size 14 1/2'' x 6'', framed, 19'' x 11''. ... [more like this]
  • Various artists (19th-20th Century)Ten woodblock
    prints Including works by Yamamoto Shoun (4), Shoda Koho (4), Nomura Yoshimitsu (1), and Takahashi Shotei (1); very good impressions and color, some creasing. Various sizes ... [more like this]
  • Various artists (Late 19th/20th Century) Eleven
    woodblock prints Including five by Takahashi Shotei (1871-1945), two by Ito Sozan (1884-?), two by Ohara Koson (1877-1945), and two others; good impressions and color, six ... [more like this]
  • Various Artists (20th Century)Ten woodblock
    prints Including landscapes and figural scenes, by Takahashi Shotei (1871-1944) and various other artists; very good impressions and color, good conditions. 37 x 16.2cm ... [more like this]
  • Various Artists (20th Century) Twelve woodblock
    prints Including one by Yoshimune (1873-1945), four by Takahashi Shotei (1871-1944), two by Okumura Koichi (1904-1974), one by Ishiwata Koitsu (1897-1987), three by Asano ... [more like this]
  • Various artists (20th Century)Seven woodblock
    prints Including four designs by Takahashi Shotei (two on crepe paper, the other two framed together); one by Shiro Kasamatsu; one by Ohara Shoson; and another; framed and ... [more like this]
  • Three Modern Woodblock Prints: Shiro Kasamatsu
    (Japanese, 1898-1991), Kannon Temple at Asakusa, Tokyo, identified within the margins, color woodblock print; Takahashi Shotei (Japanese, 1871-1945), Wagon Puller: Night Rain ... [more like this]
  • Takahashi Shotei ( 1871-1945) and Kawase
    Hasui (1883-1957); two woodblock prints, Fuji from Mizuchubo, 1936, signed Hiroaki; and the Zentsuji Temple in the rain, signed Hasui, 23.5cm by 36cm. and 36cm. by 24cm. ... [more like this]
  • TAKAHASHI SHOTEI Four Koban1) Snow scene
    with red bridge. 2) Night scene with figures crossing a bridge. 3) Snow scene with torii and villagers. 4) Night scene with figures and cart in the rain. All framed.ConditionEach ... [more like this]
  • Group of Four Japanese Woodblock Prints:
    one by Shotei Takahashi (1871-1945), Drawing Up Sea Water Under Moonlight, artist's signature and seal lower left, stamped "Made in Japan" verso, ÿchuban yoko-e, 4-3/4 x ... [more like this]
  • JAPANESE WOODBLOOCK PRINTS Three by Hasui
    Kawase: "Moon at Magome," "Snow at Shiba Park," and "Spring Evening at Kinkai Bridge," all signed and sealed on image. One by Takahashi Hiroaki (Shotei): Untitled (View of ... [more like this]
  • Takahashi Hiroaki, called Shotei (Japanese,
    1871-1944), color woodblock, depicting two figures on a stone bridge in snow before a temple, 10 in. x 7 1/8 in., framed floating between glass. $300/500 ... [more like this]
  • Takahashi Hiroaki (aka Shotei Japanese
    1871-1945) color woodblock print ''Shunsetsu'' (''Spring Snow'') c. 1930 (M35 in online catalog raisonn and #244 in 1936 Watanabe catalog) woman with basket and umbrella ... [more like this]
  • Takahashi Hiroaki (aka Shotei Japanese
    1871-1945) color woodblock print ''Izumi Bridge in Rain '' post-earthquake version c. 1930 (M16 in online catalog raisonn and #215 in 1936 Watanabe catalog) two figures ... [more like this]
  • Shotei Takahashi ''Mt. Fuji from Mizuchubo''
    Woodblock print. 1936.Condition: Exc.Dimensions: 10 3/8'' x 15 1/2''E ... [more like this]
  • HIROAKI TAKAHASHI / aka SHOTEI (Japan, 1871-1945)
    - "Tma, the Cat", Shin Hanga woodblock print with embossing, signed in print and with publisher's seal of Watanabe. In lemon gold molded frame, under glass, OS: 13" x 19", ... [more like this]
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    Three: Cold Winter Wind;ÿComing Ships; Woman and Child on Bridge; artist's signature and seal, woodblock prints, largest sight 14-5/8 x 6 in. ; modern frames, largest 25-1/4 ... [more like this]

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