Moving to the Branch, 1907

by Yamamoto Shoun (1870 - 1965)

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Moving to the Branch, 1907 by Yamamoto Shoun (1870 - 1965)

Original Yamamoto Shoun (1870 - 1965) Japanese Woodblock Print
Moving to the Branch, 1907

Series; Fashions of Today (Ima Sugata)

Yamamoto Shoun - Yamamoto Shoun studied Kano school and nanga painting, and also worked as an illustrator in Tokyo for a magazine about popular sights in the city. He is perhaps best known for his lovely woodblock portraits of women published by Matsuki Heikichi (Daikokuya). His work bridges the traditional ukiyo-e and shin-hanga movements in Japanese art. His prints are rarely seen on the market and are highly sought after by collectors. Don't miss this opportunity to acquire a classic Shoun beauty image from this transitional period.

Special detail - Burnishing on the hair, metallic silver on the hairpin and obi.

Publisher - Matsuki Heikichi (Daikokuya)

Artist - Yamamoto Shoun (1870 - 1965)

Image Size - 10 3/4" x 7 1/2" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Backed with paper. A few tiny spots. Paper strip at right edge from previous album inclusion. Please see photos for details.

Moving to the Branch, 1907 by Yamamoto Shoun (1870 - 1965)
Moving to the Branch, 1907 by Yamamoto Shoun (1870 - 1965)