Ceremonial Ship

by Tachihara Inuki (1951 - 2015)

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Ceremonial Ship by Tachihara Inuki (1951 - 2015)

Original Tachihara Inuki (1951 - 2015) Japanese Woodblock Print
Ceremonial Ship

A Fuji Arts Winter Exhibition Item - We are excited to have purchased a couple Japanese collections with a range of rare and sought after designs. We’ve put them together in a winter exhibition and will post them over one week. The items range from Edo through Meiji and up to contemporary. So, there’s something for everyone. The unifying theme is that each print is a great example or very rare item to find in the market. Enjoy shopping the Winter Exhibition.

Comments - Beautiful a ceremonial boat on the shore with men dressed in matching blue vests decorated with splashing waves attempting to move the ship. At lower right, two men carry an enormous fish with seaweed hanging from its mouth. In the distance at right, white smoke rises from a village and a torii gate leads to the beach. A fascinating subject and a rare original, limited edition woodblock by Tachihara Inuki. This print is signed Shinya in pencil in the bottom margin and number 27/150. In 1995, the artist changed his name from Katsuhara Shinya to Tachihari Inuki. We've never before offered one of Tachihara's own designs.

Signed - Shinya in pencil in bottom margin
Numbered - 27/150

Artist - Tachihara Inuki (1951 - 2015)

Image Size - 9 5/8" x 13 3/4" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Slight creasing. Please see photos for details. Good overall.

Ceremonial Ship by Tachihara Inuki (1951 - 2015)
Ceremonial Ship by Tachihara Inuki (1951 - 2015)