MIZUSHIMA NIHOFU (1884-1958). Mayasan

MIZUSHIMA NIHOFU (1884-1958). Mayasan

Artist: Mizushima Nihofu (1884-1958
Subject: Mayasan. The Buddhist temple Tōritenjōji.
Series: Hanshin Meisho zue (Pictures of famous places in Hanshin). Print no. 17.
Signature: Artist seal
Date: Taisho 5 (1916)
Publisher: Kanao Bunendō, Tokyo.
Size: 35x23,8 cm
Medium: Woodblock color print.
Literature: Print no. 17 from the most famous and ambitious work of the "sketch- tour books" popular in Japan in the early twentieth century. The series comprises a table of contents, a map and 30 large-format woodblock prints of views of places in the area of Osaka and Kobe (Hanshin). The prints are the work of five artists: Akamatsu Rinsaku (1878-1953), Noda Kyūhō (1879 -1971), Hata Tsuneharu (1883 -?), Mizushima Nihou (1884-1958) and Hyōsai Nagai (1882-1945). The printing woodblocks and all copies in storage at the publisher were destroyed in the great Kanto earthquake of 1923.
Conditions: Good impression and colors, paper slightly toned otherwise good conditions.
Item no: F 130
Price: Euro 150
Status: Available