Woman Weaving Surimono

by Shigenobu I (1787 - 1832)

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Woman Weaving Surimono by Shigenobu I (1787 - 1832)

Shigenobu I (1787 - 1832) Japanese Woodblock Reprint
Woman Weaving Surimono

Surimono - Surimono are an exclusive subcategory of Japanese woodblock prints. Poetry clubs commissioned these designs for distribution to a small audience of members, most often as New Year's greetings. These privately published images included a wonderful range of subjects and lavish printing techniques such as embossing, burnishing, and metallic pigments. Since surimono were not sold commercially, the print runs were very small and original Edo era surimono are incredibly rare in the market today. These fine quality suriomono reprints offer a great way to collect these classic designs at an affordable price.

Comments - Wonderful surimono print in the genre scene of a young woman weaving at a large loom. She concentrates on her task, the shuttle in one hand and her sleeves tied back with sashes to keep them out of the way. An intriguing subject with fine detail.

Artist - Shigenobu I (1787 - 1832)

Image Size - 8 3/8" x 7"

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Paper remnant on reverse at side from previous album inclusion. Slight toning. Some prints have slight soiling at edges, or a few spots or creases. Please see photos for details. Generally in good condition overall.

Woman Weaving Surimono by Shigenobu I (1787 - 1832)
Woman Weaving Surimono by Shigenobu I (1787 - 1832)