Katsushika Hokusai

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HOKUSAI Katsushika Fujimi Field In Owari Province

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Katsushika Hokusai - The Gods Of Myriad Conjugal Delights

Katsushika Hokusai - The Gods Of Myriad Conjugal Delights

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Lot number: 189
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SHUNGA -- Manpuki Wagogin [.] N.p.: 1821 [but late 19th-century, Meiji period]. Octavo (251 x 175mm). 12 double-page and 2 single-page colour-printed woodblock illustrations in the manner of KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI (1760-1849), the two single-page plates with imitation mica-printed grounds, the first depicting anthropomorphic genitalia representing manifestations of the gods of conjugality [wagojin], the second and last plate illustrating a wide range of sex paraphernalia, which are illustrated throughout the story in the preceding double-page plates. (Pl. 2 with short tear at gutter and small crude, ineffective repair to verso with associated slight loss, pl. 4 detached at extreme left-hand edge just into image as well as with short tear at gutter without loss and staining to upper portion of image, pl. 9 with large split at gutter with associated small loss.) Original decorative light-blue cloth-covered boards, blank paper title slip to upper cover, decorative gilt-speckled endpapers (lower cover detached, joint to upper cover splitting). Contained in a metal box with small locked padlock through closure loop (clasp lacking and box resoldered in clasp's former position). ONE OF HOKUSAI'S MAJOR WORKS, here in a late 19th-century reworking, with the illustrations re-composed and sometimes compressed. 'The work is unusual in that, rather than consisting of the usual series of unconnected erotic scenes more typical of the illustrated erotic books of the period, Manpuku wagojin narrates a coherrent story with text and illustration of equal strength' (Carpenter, p.271). However, in this edition, the background text has been entirely removed and replaced with various landscapes, and omits the final print of Otsubi and Osane, the two protagonists. BM Shunga 84 (first edition).
Katsushika Hokusai - Couple Making Love

Katsushika Hokusai - Couple Making Love

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Lot number: 191
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Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849), Isoda Koryusai (1735-1790), Torii Kiyonaga (1752-1815), Katsukawa Shuncho (fl. circa 1780s-1790s), Kitagawa School and others Late 18th to early 19th century An album with 12 oban yoko-e shunga prints, mounted onto paper, each depicting a couple making love: three by Hokusai from the album Ehon tsui no hinagata (Patterns of Loving Couples); two by Koryusai, one from the series Enshoku hoya ho (Sensual Colours: A Phoenix Released in a Field), and one from an untitled series; two by Kiyonaga from the series Shikido juniban (Twelve Scenes of the Art of Eros); one by Shuncho from the series Koshoku zue juniko (Erotic Illustrations for the Twelve Months); one attributed to the Katsukawa School; two attributed to the Kitagawa School; one attributed to Kikukawa Eizan; each unsigned . The smallest 22.8cm x 35.6cm (9in x 14in), the largest 25.6cm x 38.1cm (10 1/8in x 15in), the album cover 47.8cm x 36cm x 2.7cm (18 7/8in x 14 1/8in x 1 1/8in). Footnotes Provenance: a European private collection.
Katsushika Hokusai - Fugaku Sanjurokkei

Katsushika Hokusai - Fugaku Sanjurokkei

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Lot number: 2002
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Katsushika Hokusai (1760–1849) One woodblock print Oban yoko-e ; from the series Fugaku sanjurokkei (Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji), entitled Soshu Shichiri-ga-hama (Seven-Mile Beach in Sagami Province), signed zen Hokusai iitsu hitsu , circa 1830-31, published by Nishimuraya Yohachi (Eijudo) - good impression with blue outline, lacking censor and publisher seals, slightly trimmed, some toning, minor foxing, corner restoration, tape to top reverse margin 10 x 14 3/4in (25.5 x 37.9cm) For another impression, together with extensive discussion of this print, please consult the Honolulu Museum of Art, item number 21966 (http://honolulumuseum.org/art/9095).
Katsushika Hokusai - Fujimi Field In Owari Province

Katsushika Hokusai - Fujimi Field In Owari Province

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Lot number: 1541
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Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, 1760-1849) Fujimi Field in Owari Province (Bishû Fujimi-ga-hara), from the series Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjûrokkei). Woodblock print with colors, not framed. Most probably an antique reprint. Acquired from Robyn Buntin Collection. View on AspireAuctions.com Condition: Stains, handling wear, losses, fading, trimmed margins, mounted down onto mulberry paper support. As depicted.
Katsushika Hokusai - Hokusai Sketchbook

Katsushika Hokusai - Hokusai Sketchbook

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Lot number: 120
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Description: ASIAN, five framed pieces by Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, 1760-1849), ten illustrated book pages total (ehon) excised from "Hokusai Sketchbook" or "Random Drawings of Hokusai" (Hokusai Manga): first depicting figures engaged in daily activities like reading, undressing, playing samisen, knitting on a loom, and plowing, ink stain UC; second depicting agricultural tasks; third depicting seated figures doing hand work and semi-nude figures exercising under water; fourth depicting fourteen figures opening objects including fans, umbrellas, boxes, scrolls, and bolts of cloth, large diagonal crease; and fifth contains wraps from a Hokusai Manga volume, Japanese calligraphy with several red ink chop marks, right page blurred or smudged, tiny holes, many with deterioration and holes LC, some wrinkling throughout, all matted and framed behind glass, none examined out of frames, four measure ss: 7 1/4" h. x 10 1/4" w., calligraphy pages measure ss: 8 1/4" h. x 12 1/4" w. [Deaccessioned from a Connecticut Museum]
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