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- Gunkaku-zu (Flock of Japanese Red Crown Cranes) -

Korin Ogata


The beautiful woodblock print 'Gunkaku-zu' (Flock of Japanese Red Crown Cranes) is by Korin Ogata (1658–1716), a renowned Japanese Nihon-ga painter of the Rinpa school. Originally painted during the Edo period (17th–18th century), this print was published by Tansei-sha in 1983. The publisher seal, printer's name 'Keiichi Nakamura,' and carver's name 'Sadao Uetani' are located in the right margin. Its elegant and sophisticated design makes it a perfect fit for modern decor as well. It comes with an original explanation paper. (only Japanese, no English) 

Technique: Woodblock
Print size: 19 and 3/4 inches wide by 16 and 1/8 inches tall (50.3 x 41 cm)
Image size: 17 and 7/8 by 14 and 1/8 inches (45.5 x 36 cm) 

Sheet number: N/A
Date: Originally in Edo, this was printed in 1983 
Signed: N/A
Condition: Excellent condition.  Minor ink smudge on the bottom margin edge, which will be easily matted out. Once tipped on the top corners of the verso. Please see the pictures.


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