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View of under the Ichikawa bridge from Edogawa

Gihachiro Okuyama


Amazing woodblock print "Edogawadutsumi kara Ichikawabashishita wo miru" (View of under the Ichikawa bridge from Edogawa) is by Gihachiro Okuyama (1907-1981). Okuyama is well known as the artist of peaceful scenery in Japan.  Very highly detailed carving of water. Amazing beautiful colors and bokashi shading. Please see the skillful realistic reflection on the water's surface. And please notice an animal on the hill and people and drying clothes on the boat.  You can see a peaceful view of the Japanese countryside. Artist name "Gihachiro Okuyama" and the title "Edogawadutsumi kara Ichikawabashishita wo miru" (View of under the Ichikawa bridge from Edogawa) on the upper left corner of the image. "Nihonhangakenkyusho" (publisher) seal on the lower left margin.

Technique: Woodblock
Paper size: 15 and 3/4 by 11 inches. (40 cm x 27.5 cm)
Image size: 14 and 3/8 x 9 and 1/2 inches (36.5 x 24 cm)
Date: Ca.1950 
Signed: "Gihachiro" with a red seal on the lower right of the image
Condition: Excellent condition. Tape residue to the edge of verso as shown, Tiny two pinholes in the top margin which are for hung to dry. This is a very common thing in those days.


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