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Inagawa River, 1798 by Takehara Shunchosai (active circa 1772 - 1801)

Original Takehara Shunchosai (active circa 1772 - 1801) Japanese Woodblock Print
Inagawa River, 1798

Series; Famous Places in Settsu, Volume 7 (Settsu meisho zue)
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Inagawa River, 1798 - Interesting scene of travelers stopping for a break along the Inagawa River. At left, two men relax and smoke pipes at a tea stand. In the center, a farmer chats with another man as he leads an ox laden with straw-wrapped barrels. At upper right, fishermen pull a net from the water, and a small boy at lower right carries a net over his shoulder and a small wooden bucket. This design is from a series of famous views of Settsu, published in 1798 in twelve volumes. Pigment added by hand. A charming early Edo design.

Artist - Takehara Shunchosai (active circa 1772 - 1801)

Image Size - 8 1/8" x 12" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent detail as shown. Two attached panels. Diagonal folds across right panel. Small losses at corners, repaired. Wrinkling throughout, toning at edges, a few spots. Please see photos for details.

Inagawa River, 1798 by Takehara Shunchosai (active circa 1772 - 1801)
Inagawa River, 1798 by Takehara Shunchosai (active circa 1772 - 1801)

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