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- Kinkaku-ji no yuki (Snow at Golden Pavilion) -

Koichi Okumura


The serene woodblock print 'Kinkaku-ji no yuki' (Snow at Golden Pavilion) is by Koichi Okumura (1904–1974). This print captures the beauty and tranquility of the famous Golden Pavilion in Kyoto, Japan. The snowfall adds a touch of magic to the already stunning landscape. Artist signature with a red seal in the lower left corner of the image. The printer's name, Sugimoto, and the Old Unsodo publisher's seal are located on the right margin. Titled 'Kinkaku-ji no yuki' (Snow at Golden Pavilion) and publisher's watermark on the upper left margin. It was first published in Showa 23 nen (1948), and this is a later printing from the original blocks. Being an older print from the Showa era, it is long out of print.

Technique: Woodblock
Paper size: 15 and 7/8 by 11 inches. (40.5 cm x 28 cm)
Image size: 14 and 3/8 x 9 and 1/2 inches (36.5 x 24 cm)
Date: first published in Showa 23 nen (1948), and this is a later printing from the original blocks.
Signed: "Koichi" with seal "Ko" in the lower left corner of the image
Condition: Excellent condition.


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