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Urushibara Mokuchu

(1888 -  1953 )
mokuchu Urushibara Anemonies; Tulips; Cyclamen; And Peonies And Fresias

Sotheby's
Mar 5, 2014
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Urushibara Mokuchu - Anemonies; Tulips; Cyclamen; And Peonies And Fresias

Urushibara Mokuchu - Anemonies; Tulips; Cyclamen; And Peonies And Fresias

Original 1932
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Lot number: 71
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Urushibara Mokuchu (Yoshijiro)

1888 - 1953

ANEMONIES; TULIPS; CYCLAMEN; AND PEONIES AND FRESIAS

Quantity: 4

each signed Y. Urushibara (lower right), numbered variously (lower left)

four woodcuts printed in colours on wove paper

each sheet: circa 32.3 by 24.5cm; 12 3/4 by 9 5/8 in.

Executed circa 1910.

Estimate

800 - 1,200 GBP

Print

Anemones No.3 from the edition of 100 (30.9 by 22): With wide margins, in good condition apart from uneven paper discolouration, a water stain beneath centre lower image in margin, further water staining verso, creasing along left sheet edge, occasional fox marks. Tulips No. 18 from the edition of the edition of 120 (35.8 by 24.8). With wide margins, in good condition apart from light –staining, a few minute circular areas of paper loss at lower margin, framed. Peonies and Fresias No. 134 (32.3 by 24.5). With wide margins, in good condition apart from pale light staining, minute paper loss at upper left corner, the occasional pale fox mark, framed. Cyclamen No 93 (35.3 by 24.1) With wide margins, in good condition apart from pale light-staining, occasional pale fox marks, a diagonal soft crease at upper left corner verso, framed.
Urushibara Mokuchu - Horse

Urushibara Mokuchu - Horse

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Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 63
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63: Japanese Modern Prints,

Urushibara,

Horse
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(lot of 5) Three framed and two unframed Japanese woodblock prints,

by Urushibara Mokuchu (1888-1953),

each depicting a grazing horse,

signed and with one seal,

framed overall 13''h x 19.75''w; unframed 10.5''h x 14.5''w
Urushibara Mokuchu - Queen Of The Night

Urushibara Mokuchu - Queen Of The Night

Original 1935
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Lot number: 97
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Urushibara Mokuchu (1888-1953)
Queen of the night, n.d.
Woodcut, signed in pencil in Roman script Y. Urushibara and in Japanese Mokuchu, sealed Urushibara, published by Shijunsho--good impression and color, margins lightly soiled, stained and creased

28.8 x 39.2cm. (11 3/8 x 15½in.)

TSUCHIYA KOITSU (1870-1949)

Yoru no Atami (Evening in Atami), 1935.10

Motosuko (Lake Motosu), 1934.3

Matsushima no harusame (Spring rain at Matsushima), 1936.4

Asa no Fuji, Kawaguchiko (Morning at Mount Fuji, Lake Kawaguchi), 1936.10

Aki Miyajima (Miyajima, Aki Province), 1936

Aki Miyajima (Miyajima, Aki Province), 1936

Takanawa Sengakuji (Sengakuji temple, Takanawa), from the series Tokyo fukei (Views of Tokyo), 1933.5

Hakone kosui (Lake in Hakone), 1938.11

Woodcuts, each signed and sealed Koitsu, the first published by Baba Nobuhiko, the others by Doi Sadaichi--very good impressions, the fourth toned, stained and soiled, the fifth and sixth with margin stains, upper corners creased on last

39.5 x 26.7cm. (15½ x 10½in.), first; 26.8 x 39cm. (10½ x 15 3/8in.), second, third, fourth, seventh; 40 x 18.5cm. (15¾ x 7¼in.), fifth, sixth; 42 x 28.2cm. (16½ x 11 1/8in.), last

ISHIWATA KOITSU (1897-1987)

Tokoba (Kanagawa Koyasuhama shoken) (Barber shop: View of Koyasuhama, Kanagawa), 1936.9

Woodcut, signed and sealed Koitsu, published by Watanabe Shozaburo--good impression and color, margins soiled, lower right corner crease

38.5 x 26.2cm. (15 1/8 x 10¼in.)

KASAMATSU SHIRO (1898-1991)

Tasogare, Shinshu Honami onsen/Twilight, Honami Hotspring [Shinano Province] 1948.2

Woodcut, stamped title in Roman script as above, signed Shiro, sealed Kasamatsu--good impression and color, corner creases, margins yellowed and lightly stained

40 x 27cm. (15¾ x 10 5/8in.)

OHARA KOSON (1877-1945)

Eagle in flight against a snowy sky, 1933

Heron in rain, 1928

Ducks and bamboo, 1930s

Woodcuts, each signed and sealed Shoson, each published by Watanabe Shozaburo-very good impressions, gauffrage second, margins soiled and stained and tape top margin verso on first, tear lower margin at center of second, second and third toned, soiled, stained, creases

39.5 x 26cm., (15½ x 10¼in.) each, approx.

NOEL NOUET (1885-1969)

Meiji Jingu (Meiji Shrine, Tokyo), 1936

Woodcut, dated and signed in the image in Roman script Tokyo 1936 Noel Nouet, published by Doi Sadaichi--very good impression, good color, margins yellowed, stain below center in snow

39.5 x 26.3cm. (15½ x 10 3/8in.)

BANNAI KOKAN (1900 - ?)

Atsuta, from the series Gendai Tokaido gojusan tsugi no uchi (Fifty-three modern views of the Tokaido), c. 1930

Woodcut, signed Kokan, published by Watanabe Shozaburo--good impression and color, upper left corner crease

26 x 38.5cm. (10¼ x 15 1/8in.)

YOSHIDA TOSHI (1911-1995)

Hakubai/White Plum in the Farmyard, 1951
Ishiyamadera/Ishiyama Temple, 1946
Ishitoro/Stone lanterns, 1941
Nikko, 1940
Matsumoto, 1940
Amagasa/Umbrella, 1940
Shiroi kura (white storehouse)/Kikuzaka Street, from the series E no Tokyo (Pictures of Tokyo), 1939
Iidabashi, from the same series, 1939
Ryogokubashi yori/From the Ryogoku Bridge, from the series Yoru no Tokyo (Tokyo at night), 1939
Yataiten/Supper Wagon, from the same series, 1938
Shinjuku, from the same series, 1938

Woodcuts, each with stamped title in Roman script as above, each signed in pencil in Roman script Toshi Yoshida, each except first signed in Japanese Toshi, each sealed Yoshida Toshi or Yoshida, jizuri seal on second, sixth and ninth--generally good impressions and color, third slightly toned

39.7 x 26.8cm. (15 5/8 x 10¼in.), first and second, each approx.; chuban tate-e or chuban yoko-e: 27 x 20.5cm. (10 5/8 x 8 1/8in.) or 20 x 27cm. (7 7/8 x 10 5/8in.), third-last, each approx. (27)
Urushibara Mokuchu - Cyclamen

Urushibara Mokuchu - Cyclamen

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Lot number: 86
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Urushibara Mokuchu Japanese (1888 - 1953) cyclamen colour woodcut signed and numbered 14/100, together with a woodblock print of a peony, (2) 11 3/4 x 7 9/10 in. (29.8 x 20 cm)
Urushibara Mokuchu - Still Life With Cyclamen

Urushibara Mokuchu - Still Life With Cyclamen

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Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 405
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MOKUCHU URUSHIBARA (1888-1953), Still Life with Cyclamen, coloured woodblock, limited edition No.16, signed in pencil, 12 1/2" x 8 1/2", gilt frame (Est. plus 18% premium inc. VAT)
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