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Center sheet from a triptych titled Edo fūzoku no wakamatsu (Young Pines in Edo Style)

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Torii Kiyomasu II, Center sheet from a triptych titled Edo fūzoku no wakamatsu (Young Pines in Edo Style), ca. 1735, hosoban urushi-e (monochrome woodblock print with hand-applied color and metallic filings), The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection, public domain, 32.20

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Title

Center sheet from a triptych titled Edo fūzoku no wakamatsu (Young Pines in Edo Style)

Related Titles

series (translated): Young Pines in Edo Style

series (transliterated): Edo fūzoku no wakamatsu

Artist

Torii II Kiyomasu (Japanese, 1706?–1763?)

Date

ca. 1735

Medium

hosoban urushi-e (monochrome woodblock print with hand-applied color and metallic filings)

Edition

no other known impressions

Dimensions (H x W x D)

sheet: 13 1/8 in x 6 1/4 in

Inscriptions & Markings

printer's mark: 鱗形屋板元, printed, lower left

inscription: 市川源之助, printed, lower left

inscription: 江風俗の若松│中 , printed, upper right

signature/maker's mar; signature: 絵師鳥居清倍筆, printed, lower right

Collection Area

Asian Art; Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Japanese Traditional Prints

Object Type

relief print

Culture

Japanese

Credit Line

The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection

Accession Number

32.20

Copyright

public domain

Terms

hosoban

Japanese woodblock prints

relief printing

relief prints

The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection

urushi-e

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