Beautiful woodblock print "Sesshu Sumiyoshi Jinja" (Sumiyoshi Shrine, Osaka) is by Tomikichiro Tokuriki. This is one of "Seichi Shiseki Meishou" (Scenes of Sacred Places and Historic Landmarks) series. Subtitled "Sesshu Sumiyoshi Jinja" (Sumiyoshi Shrine), Artist signature "Tomikichiro" with a red seal "Tokuriki" on the lower right of the image. Titled "Seichi Shiseki Meishou" (Scenes of Sacred Places and Historic Landmarks), number 15, "Tomikichiro saku" (produced by Tomikichiro) with "Tokuriki" red seal, and "Uchida" publisher seal and copyright seal on the right margin. Published in 1941. Two people on the bridge (called Sori-bashi) are looking into the pond to find Koi fish or turtles. Absolutely peaceful and beautiful sunset image with the reflection on the water.
Paper size: 16 and 1/2 x 11 and 1/2 inches (42 x 29 cm)
Image size: 15 x 10 and 1/2 inches (38 x 26.5 cm)
Sheet number: N/A
Date: Printed in 1941
Signed: Artist name and red seal "Tokuriki" on the lower right of the image. Artist name "Tomikichiro saku" and Red seal "Tokuriki" on the right margin.
Condition: Outstanding condition.
This beautiful arched red bridge called Sori-bashi. This bridge is a landmark of this shrine. Also, it is said if we cross over Sori-bashi, it will cleanse our mind and body.
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