Hiroshi Yoshida, Canal in Osaka, Japanese Woodblock Print Jizuri

Hiroshi Yoshida, Canal in Osaka, Japanese Woodblock Print Jizuri

Hiroshi Yoshida, Canal in Osaka, Japanese Woodblock Print Jizuri

Hiroshi Yoshida, Canal in Osaka, Japanese Woodblock Print Jizuri

Hiroshi Yoshida, Canal in Osaka, Japanese Woodblock Print Jizuri

Hiroshi Yoshida, Canal in Osaka, Japanese Woodblock Print Jizuri

Hiroshi Yoshida, Canal in Osaka, Japanese Woodblock Print Jizuri

Hiroshi Yoshida, Canal in Osaka, Japanese Woodblock Print Jizuri

Beautiful print by the Japanese artist Hiroshi Yoshida entitled “Canal in Osaka” created in 1941. It was printed by the artist and has the jizuri mark. It is signed by the artist in pencil. The condition is very good. There are no folds, tears, holes, marks, stains or foxing. It does not appear that the print has been trimmed. Comparing this print to other online, it does not seem to be faded. The image measures 8.75″ by 6.5″ and the entire paper measures10″ by 8″ on the left and 10″ by 7 7/8″ on the right side. The item “Hiroshi Yoshida, Canal in Osaka, Japanese Woodblock Print Jizuri” is in sale since Friday, January 4, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “warhol411959″ and is located in Phoenix, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: Post-1940
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
Konishi Hirosada Eiyuu Den Japanese Woodblock Snake Cobra Battle

Konishi Hirosada Eiyuu Den Japanese Woodblock Snake Cobra Battle

Konishi Hirosada Eiyuu Den Japanese Woodblock Snake Cobra Battle

Konishi Hirosada Eiyuu Den Japanese Woodblock Snake Cobra Battle

Konishi Hirosada Eiyuu Den Japanese Woodblock Snake Cobra Battle

Konishi Hirosada Eiyuu Den Japanese Woodblock Snake Cobra Battle

Konishi Hirosada Eiyuu Den Japanese Woodblock Snake Cobra Battle

Konishi Hirosada Eiyuu Den Japanese Woodblock Snake Cobra Battle

Konishi Hirosada Eiyuu Den Japanese Woodblock Snake Cobra Battle

Like most producers of kamigata-e prints originating in the Osaka and Kyoto regionshe specialized in yakusha-e actor prints. Hirosada is particularly known for his diptychs and triptychs, and for his many kubi-e portraits of the leading actors on the Osaka kabuki stage during his day. Although Hirosada has been acknowledged as “the most important and prolific mid-nineteenth century Osaka designer, ” little is known about his personal life. Those biographies which refer to his life dates identify his birth year as unknown and the year of his death as 1864 or 1865. Art historians link his activity to between 1810 and 1865. He is believed to have apprenticed with prominent Osaka artist Utagawa Kunimasu , and to have studied alongside Kunimasu in Edo in the early 1830s under Utagawa Kunisada. Following the relaxation of the Temp Reforms in 1847, Hirosada became a major designer of medium-sized chban prints, the format championed by his mentor Kunimasu. He was highly prolific, working mainly in the kabuki-e and yakusha-e genres. He is particularly known for his many kubi-e lit. “Large head” portraits of the leading actors on the Osaka kabuki stage, which he began to produce in 1841. As a testament to his productivity, Gerstle notes, In the period up to 1852 Hirosada designed approximately 800 single-sheet prints, making him the most prolific of the Osaka print artists by far and unquestionably a’professional’. Hirosada produced designs for a number of Osaka-based publishing houses including Kitakagawa, Kyoisa, Isakichi, Kawato, Tenki and Meikd. Among his students were the artists Hironobu , Sadayuki and Sadahiro II. The latter succeeded Hirosada as both Sadahiro II and Hirosada II. In keeping with the custom for Edo period artists, Hirosada used a number of different g art names throughout his career, including Gostei Hirosada , Gorakutei Hirosada and Utagawa Hirosada. Born Kymaruya Seijir, he apparently began his artistic career as Hirokuni (/), switching to Hirosada in mid-1847. He is associated with various artist seals including Goch, Sada, K, Ch, Sadahiro and Gostei. Some scholars have linked Hirosada’s name changes with an intent to evade censorship; however, it was not uncommon for artists of the period to adapt or adopt new names on a whim. In addition to these recognized names, some scholars have suggested that Hirosada and his contemporary Osaka artist Utagawa Sadahiro fl. According to Keyes, there is a strong, though unproven case for believing that Gostei Hirosada… Was the well-known artist Sadahiro I. Evidence for this, Keyes argues, can be found in stylistic similarities between the two artists’ work, the similarity of the artists’ names (the same two characters reversed [hiro] + [sada] vs [sada] + [hiro]) and signatures, the two artists’ use of the same’Gostei’ g, and the appearance of the’Sadahiro’ seal on some prints signed by Hirosada. Art historians are quick to acknowledge Hirosada’s stature and influence: he was “the most importantand prolificOsaka print designer of the post-Tenpô period, ” “the central figure of mid-nineteenth century Osaka printmaking, ” and one of the finest portraitists of the nineteenth century. “[20] In the 1840s and 1850s he produced over eight-hundred single-sheet prints, “outnumbering by far the output of any of his contemporaries. His prints are “among the finest and most individual of the whole ukiyo-e genre, ” and among some of the finest character portraits produced anywhere in the world. In terms of format, the majority of his works from 1847 and later are medium-sized chban rather than the previously dominant larger ban size. He produced kabuki-e almost exclusively, and was particularly celebrated for his polytychsmainly diptychs and triptychsand kubi-e actor portraits. Stylistically his polytychs are noted for “imaginative placements, unusual cropping of figures and descriptive physiognomies, ” and the subtle but inventive interplay among the figures. ” Hirosada has been credited with an “instantly recognisable, ” “insightful, ” “exceptionally expressive and dramatic style. Critics have praised the “clarity and self-assurance” of his drawing, and his simple, sophisticated style which avoids “flashy” enhancements. [29] As Keyes notes, Hirosadas prints are an exploration of the depth and meaning of human relationships. They are intimate and direct. Other Japanese artists had portrayed the timeless, fragile and unchanging aspects of human life. Hirosada celebrated the separate, unrepeatable, unique, human event. The item “Konishi Hirosada Eiyuu Den Japanese Woodblock Snake Cobra Battle” is in sale since Friday, September 14, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “enfinity8″ and is located in Denver, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Viet nam.
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Age: 1800-1849
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Maker: Ichirysai Yoshitoyo
  • Color: Blue
Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

Antique Japanese Original Ukiyoe Woodblock Print Samurai By Gekko Ogata 1902

This is an original. (wood block print) by the mid Meiji era artist. The subject matter is from a series of 47 Famous Samurai Heroes by Ogata. On the right side of the print (see picture 4) is the name of the artist, as well as, a censor seal. On the left side of the print, there is the. Date (Meiji 35th – 1902), the address of the publish. And the name of the publisher (see picture 5). This print is oban (large size) measuring 14″ x 9″ — 35.5 x 23 cm. The last two pictures show the typical bleed through of the dyes during the printing process of an ukiyoe woodblock print. The paper this print is made of took over 200 days to make. The paper is made of the inner bark of the gampi (mulberry) tree and made to last virtually indefinitely. Having been stored in a protective sleeve for over 100 years, this print remains in very fine condition , crisp with full. You’ll love it, I guarantee it……… Sailerking and the Shogun’s Gallery have been in the Japanese antique business for over 38 years, and highly value our customers. Satisfaction Guarantee: All items are carefully described and photographed. Most items listed are antiques, and as such may have an expected amount of wear from normal use. We do not sell items with major flaws without mentioning it in the listing. See photos and descriptions for condition. The item “ANTIQUE JAPANESE ORIGINAL UKIYOE WOODBLOCK PRINT SAMURAI BY GEKKO OGATA 1902″ is in sale since Friday, November 9, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “sailerking” and is located in Portland, Oregon. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Age: 1902
Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print

Authentic hand printed Japanese woodblock print. Katsushika Hokusai – The Great Wave off Kanagawa – Japanese Woodblock Print. Katsushika Hokusai – The Great Wave off Kanagawa. Title of the work #022 Kanagawa Oki Nami Ura (The great wave off Kanagawa) Unsodo edition From series – Thirty six views of Mount Fuji. Approx Washi paper Size Height 27.50 cm x Width 40.00 cm (H 10.826 ” x W 15.748 “). Date Originally published in Showa mid era era (1946 – 1970) by Unsodo. This is the later edition from original woodblocks. Printed in Kyoto Japan. Condition Only perfect condition sheet. Kept in very professional codition. The color of the actual woodblock print may be slightly differebt from the image on our pictures. The actual sheet is much better than our picture at all. We will try to communicate enough to handle of your order. Your feedback will support and encourage our craftsman and make us happy. Thank you very much for your strong support. Gathering of leading artisans and craftsman from all over Japan. All of our products are made by the very best craftsmanship from Japan. By member of Team Wakon Japan. (Association of Japanese craftsman spirit) You can feel the authentic Japanese Bushido spirit which is real Japonism, and Japanese Aesthetic consciousness. Look for and visit us, Team Wakon Japan!!! We are very appreciated with your strong support for keeping these of very traditional Japanese craftmanship to next generation. Get images that make Supersized seem small. Tailor your auctions with Auctiva’s. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa Japanese Woodblock Print” is in sale since Wednesday, August 15, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Asian\1900-Now\Japanese\Prints, Paintings & Posters”. The seller is “team_wakon_magnificent_items_from_japan” and is located in Kyoto Japan. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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TOSHI YOSHIDA (Yoshida Hiroshi son) Japanese woodblock print ORIGINAL Ginkakuji

TOSHI YOSHIDA (Yoshida Hiroshi son) Japanese woodblock print ORIGINAL Ginkakuji

JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT UKIYOE. “ORIGINAL” Atozuri print (later edition from original blocks). Hiroshi Yoshida’s son. Size: 37.2 x 24.2 cm (image size). Condition: Fine, not backed with paper, trimmed, fine color and impress, Please see photos for details. The item “TOSHI YOSHIDA (Yoshida Hiroshi son) Japanese woodblock print ORIGINAL Ginkakuji” is in sale since Saturday, January 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “red-lion18″ and is located in Tokyo. This item can be shipped worldwide.
HASUI KAWASE Japanese woodblock print ORIGINAL Shin-hanga Ueno Kiyomizudo Yuki

HASUI KAWASE Japanese woodblock print ORIGINAL Shin-hanga Ueno Kiyomizudo Yuki

JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT UKIYOE. “ORIGINAL” Atozuri print (later edition from original blocks). Title: “Ueno Kiyomizudo Yuki”. Size: 36.1 x 23.4 cm (image size). Condition: Fine, not backed with paper, not trimmed, fine color and impress, Please see photos for details. The item “HASUI KAWASE Japanese woodblock print ORIGINAL Shin-hanga Ueno Kiyomizudo Yuki” is in sale since Saturday, January 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “red-lion18″ and is located in Tokyo. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Meditation by Toshi Yoshida Japanese Woodblock Print Limited Edition Signed 1966

Meditation by Toshi Yoshida Japanese Woodblock Print Limited Edition Signed 1966

Meditation by Toshi Yoshida Japanese Woodblock Print Limited Edition Signed 1966

Meditation by Toshi Yoshida Japanese Woodblock Print Limited Edition Signed 1966

Signed and titled in pencil by the artist. Limited edition numbered 10 of 100. Toshi trained under his father, Hiroshi Yoshida, mostly focusing on the shin-hanga approach to his prints. After his father died, Toshi began exploring more abstract designs, as well as self-publishing using the sosaku-hanga approach. 21 1/2 h x. The item “Meditation by Toshi Yoshida Japanese Woodblock Print Limited Edition Signed 1966″ is in sale since Wednesday, January 9, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “kaventures” and is located in Dallas, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Limited Edition: 10 of 100
  • Signed: Pencil Signed by Artist
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: 1966
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Maker: Toshi Yoshida
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
Yoshitoshi 36 Ghosts Tametomo Japanese Woodblock Print

Yoshitoshi 36 Ghosts Tametomo Japanese Woodblock Print

Yoshitoshi (1839 – 1892). Tametomo no bui tokijin o shirizoku zu. Tametomo’s Ferocity Drives Away the Smallpox Demons. Series: 36 Ghosts: #9. 14 x 9 3/4. Fine color and impression, light toning, light soiling in margin. The item “Yoshitoshi 36 Ghosts Tametomo Japanese Woodblock Print” is in sale since Tuesday, October 2, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “johnnybass10″ and is located in Scranton, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Kasamatsu Shiro JAPANESE Woodblock Print SHIN HANGA Umiu no Mure

Kasamatsu Shiro JAPANESE Woodblock Print SHIN HANGA Umiu no Mure

Kasamatsu Shiro JAPANESE Woodblock Print SHIN HANGA Umiu no Mure

Kasamatsu Shiro JAPANESE Woodblock Print SHIN HANGA Umiu no Mure

Kasamatsu Shiro JAPANESE Woodblock Print SHIN HANGA Umiu no Mure

(SAME QUALITY BUT NOT THE EXACT ONES PICTURED). Heisei edition ATOZURI print from Original woodblocks. In the 1950s he published bird and animal prints, landscapes and “famous views” with the publisher Unsodo – alltogether more than 100. Shiro Kasamatsu worked in Shin Hanga and Sosaku Hanga style. Ban Tate-e Large size : 16 x 10.75 inches. Please read before ordering. On the faster side during off peak traveling seasons and slower and more unpredictable during high traveling seasons. Thank you for your understanding. We are off on Saturday, Sunday (Japan time) and National holidays in Japan. So we’ll be late for the answering questions. International Buyers Please Note. These charges are the buyers responsibility. The item “Kasamatsu Shiro JAPANESE Woodblock Print SHIN HANGA Umiu no Mure” is in sale since Monday, September 17, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “edokura” and is located in Chiba. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Woodblock Print
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: Post-1940
  • Primary Material: Echizen Washi Paper
  • Maker: Unsodo
  • Color: Multi-Color
Original YOSHITOSHI Japanese Woodblock Print Courageous Warriors Sagami Jiro

Original YOSHITOSHI Japanese Woodblock Print Courageous Warriors Sagami Jiro

Original YOSHITOSHI Japanese Woodblock Print Courageous Warriors Sagami Jiro

Original YOSHITOSHI Japanese Woodblock Print Courageous Warriors Sagami Jiro

Original YOSHITOSHI Japanese Woodblock Print Courageous Warriors Sagami Jiro

Original YOSHITOSHI Japanese Woodblock Print Courageous Warriors Sagami Jiro

Sagami Jiro Taira Masakado taken by an arrow from Yoshitoshi’s Courageous Warriors c. Original circa 188 3 Japanese Woodblock Print by Yoshitoshi, guaranteed! A masterpiece of action and color, this image moves beyond the two-dimensional space. Unarguably the best design of the series. The daimyo Sagami Jiro Taira Masakado started a rebellion against the Fujiwara shogunate in 930 A. However, his rebellion was short-lived. He was eventually killed by an arrow launched by shoguns famed archer Fujiwara Hidesato. In this dynamic scene, Sagami JiroTaira Masakado riding his horse is trampling a samurai while unbeknownst to him an arrow is about to take his life. His horse literally jumps out of the page. The sense of frozen action is masterfully conveyed. The horse and fallen samurai are suspended in mid-air with broken pieces of sword flying in different directions. The fatal arrow pierces the scene across the series cartouche just inches away from striking! This print is from the very first printing of this series. Mica dust is applied to the black sky. Dark and fine gradation of color creates a moody and dark scene. Even the horses body exhibits attention to color range by delineating muscles. The Daimyos black jacket is burnished and shines. It measures 13 ¾ x 9 ½ inches. It is in great condition with very slight stains. It is slightly trimmed. The dark line extending upward at the bottom is part of printing process for this image. It is there in other prints with this image including one in the Tokyo National Museum collection. The item “Original YOSHITOSHI Japanese Woodblock Print Courageous Warriors Sagami Jiro” is in sale since Wednesday, October 10, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “greatartstuff” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original