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Sukiya-bashi Bridge, from the series Scenes of Lost Tokyo

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Hiratsuka Un'ichi, Sukiya-bashi Bridge, from the series Scenes of Lost Tokyo, 1930 (original blocks); 1945 (blocks recut and printed), color woodblock print on paper, Gift of Miss Caroline Moyer, © unknown, research required, 1996.31.2k

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Title

Sukiya-bashi Bridge, from the series Scenes of Lost Tokyo

Related Titles

series (original language): 東京回顧圖會

series (translated): Scenes of Lost Tokyo

series (transliterated): Tōkyō kaiko zue

Artist

Hiratsuka Un'ichi (Japanese, 1885-1997)

Related People

printer: HIrai Kōichi (Japanese, active 20th century)

publisher: Uemura Masurō (Japanese, active 20th century)

Nihon Hanga Kyōkai (Japanese)

Date

1930 (original blocks); 1945 (blocks recut and printed)

Medium

color woodblock print on paper

Dimensions (H x W x D)

sheet: 7 7/8 in x 10 1/4 in

Inscriptions & Markings

signature: 平塚, lower right

seal: Hiratsuka

Collection Area

Asian Art; Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Japanese Modern Prints

Object Type

relief print

Culture

Japanese

Credit Line

Gift of Miss Caroline Moyer

Accession Number

1996.31.2k

Copyright

© unknown, research required

Terms

bridges

Japanese woodblock prints

paper

relief printing

relief prints

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