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Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi

(1756 -  1829 )
EISHI Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Komurasaki Of The Kadotamaya

Charlton Hall /Mar 2, 2017
570.72 - 856.08
2,092.42

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Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi - Silkworm

Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi - Silkworm

Original 1800
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Lot number: 17
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CHOBUNSAI EISHI (1756–1829) Silkworm Woodblock print, no. 5 from the series Silkworm (Kaiko), depicting three ladies, two feeding mulberry leaves to silk worms and another standing behind, signed Eishi ga, published by Nishimuraya Yohachi, circa 1800 Vertical chuban (23.1 x 16.3 cm.) † Please see our
Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi - Two Of Females Seated In Patterned Robes

Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi - Two Of Females Seated In Patterned Robes

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Lot number: 333
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Lot 333 Group of Five Old Japanese Artworks Group of five old Japanese artworks, including: three woodblocks prints, one titled Enchantress by Eishi Hosoda, along with two of females seated in patterned robes, with inscriptions; together with pair of ink and color on paper figural paintings; 11 1/2" x 7" (largest, sight, approx.); framed
Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi - Gods Of Happiness Visiting The Yoshiwara

Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi - Gods Of Happiness Visiting The Yoshiwara

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Lot number: 28
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Chobunsai Eishi (1756-1829) Gods of Happiness Visiting the Yoshiwara Signed Chobunsai Eishi hitsu, sealed Eishi Handscroll; ink, color and gold on silk 11 1/8 x 160 in. (28.3 x 405 cm.) With wood box It is know that Eishi worked on this subject several times as it was one of the preferred subjects. For a similar example in the Burke Collection, see Miyeko Murase eds., Art through a lifetime - The Mary Griggs Burke Collection, volume I: Japanese Paintings, Printed works, Calligraphy (New York: Mary and Jackson Burke Foundation, 2013), pl. 283.
Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi - Komurasaki Of The Kadotamaya

Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi - Komurasaki Of The Kadotamaya

Original 1795
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Lot number: 127
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Hosoda Eishi (Japanese, 1724-1770) KOMURASAKI OF THE KADOTAMAYA (from the series Six Flowery Immortals of the Pleasure Quarters), c.1795 color woodblock, framed, signed sheet H15 1/2" W10" Provenance: Millicent Rogers Estate of Arturo Peralta Ramos II Other Notes: verso of early 19th century inscribed with notations, including pencil notation as to where the work is to be hung in Mrs. Roger''s home.
Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi - Asazuma-bune

Hosoda Jibukyo Toki. Eishi - Asazuma-bune

Original 1800
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Lot number: 104
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Hosoda Eishi 細田栄之 (1756-1829) and Ōta Nanpo 大田南畝 (1749-1823) Asazuma-bune Edo period (1615-1868), circa 1800 Kakejiku (hanging scroll), ink and colours on paper in silk mounts, depicting the Asazuma courtesan with hiōgi (fan) and kotsuzumi, dressed in court robes and cap, seated in a boat under a willow tree; lacquered wood jiku (roller ends) Signed Chōbunsai Eishi ga 鳥文斎栄之画 (Painted by Chōbunsai Eishi) with seal Eishi 栄之; with a poem brushed by Ōta Nanpo (Shokusanjin) E ni kakeru / Asazuma-bune no / Itchō ni / nichō tsutsumi no / kokoro ugokasu 絵にかける朝妻舟の一蝶に二丁つづみのここ老後かす (see below for translation), signed Shokusanjin 蜀山人 Modern wood storage box Overall: 181 x 35cm (71¼ x 14in.) Image: 91 x 27.4cm (35 7/8 x 10 3/8in.) (2).
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