This is fresh from a local estate. In the frame this measures 20 1/2 x 16 1/2. The image measures approximately 14″ x 9 7/8″. Please see above and all photos for report of condition. The frame and matting are very nice in this piece.
JUNICHIRO SEKINO “Woman With Cat” Original Woodblock Print Framed. Frame dimensions – 15.5″ x 18″. Print dimensions – 10″ x 11″ (what is seen within the frame). This piece is in great condition. There are no issues or damage to note on the print itself. The frame has some small blemishes around the edges and the backing is ripped. Please see photos for th exact piece you will receive.
Prints are in Very Good Condition, the white matting has a lovely subtle sheen to it and is very delicate and thin – rice paper? I’m not sure but there is some slight “rippling” of this matting material – it’s NOT water damage though – please see the photos. For more details on that – maybe just age, gravity and humidity over time. Frames are solid and are black metal and have some minor scuffing and scratches on each one – again, please see photos for. More details – as I said, frames are solid as are all the corners and the backing of each – some black touch-up paint for metal should make them disappear. Frames measure 18.25″ wide and 13.25″ height. Visible portions of prints measure 13.25″ wide and 8″ height. Colors of both Woodblock Prints are Vibrant and Consistent – no foxing or water damage no creases or tears.
Umetaro Azechi Woodblock Print Fish Framed From Japan. #Azechi Umetaro #Woodcut Frame size: 22cm x 27cm Type of painting… Framed subject animal Main Art Supplies… It may be delayed due to the turmoil in the world. I want to deliver as much as possible. International Buyers – Please Note. Thank you for your understanding.
Kawanabe Kyosai (1831 – 1889). Kawanabe Kyoshi (1831 – 1889) Okitsu, from. Scenes of Famous Places along the Tôkaidô Road. Woodblock 20 1/4 x 15 1/2 inches (frame) 14 1/16 x 9 5/16 inches (full sheet) 1860′s. Up for sale is a gorgeous woodblock print by the talented 19th-century Japanese printmaker Kawanabe Kyosai entitled Okitsu, from. This early print dates to 1860′s and dark clouds overhead pouting rain down apon the figues along the coast below. The condition of this print is very good with minimally trimmed margins, some fading to colors and light soiling. And had remained stored unframed until recently. Resting in its attractive blue wood frame with triple matting this print is ready to be hung and enjoyed! The images provided accurately represent the quality, condition and aesthetic beauty of this fine Kawanabe Kyosai woodblock but if you have any questions please feel free to ask prior to purchasing! We specialize in fine art from the Renaissance to Contemporary dealing with a plethora of past artists which include Pablo Picasso, Diego Giacometti, Edward Curtis, Alfred Mitchell, Banksy and even Bob Ross. All works of art and objects of value are professionally packed to ensure a safe arrival to you, thank you for your interest!
Utagawa Kuniyoshi was one of the last great masters of the Japanese ukiyo-e style of woodblock prints and painting. This is the right panel of Oyone Magoshichi Taheiji and it is framed and matted under glass. The print is in good condition with wear commensurate with age. As represented by the pictures. Utagawa Kuniyoshi is one of the great ukiyo-e woodblock print masters of the late Edo period in the 19th century, renowned for dynamic and often violent prints of monsters, demons, ghosts, and samurai heroes. As a member of the Utagawa school, Kuniyoshi gained renown for his “warrior prints, ” or musha-e, a genre that is widely credited as a significant influence on modern-day manga comics. His breakthrough series The 108 Heroes of the Popular Suikoden, based on the 14th-century Chinese novel of the same name, catapulted Kuniyoshi to fame in 1827. Kuniyoshi worked across many pictorial genres during his career. His broad range of subjects included landscapes, courtesans, Kabuki actors, cats, and mythical animals. Kuniyoshi’s works can be found in international institutions, and his woodblock prints continue to serve as a source of inspiration for contemporary tattoo artists.
Framed Vtg Mitsuhiro Unno Pencil Signed Ltd Ed 22/100 Japanese Woodblock Print. The print is glued down, if that bothers you, it could be remedied by a paper conservator. The frame measures 17″ x 20″ and the image size is 10″ x 13″. Please look at all the photos as they are part of the description. If you have questions, please ask them before purchasing this item. Use this space to type a message that will automatically be added to all your item listings. FREE scheduling, supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. Make your listings stand out with FREE Vendio custom templates! Over 100,000,000 served. Get FREE counters from Vendio today!