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Xilografia originale, Pubblicato da Nishinomiya Yosaku 西宮与作 - Carta - Shōda Kōhō 庄田耕峯 (1871-1946) - 'Niwaka Ame' にわか雨 - Sudden shower - Giappone - Anni '40
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Xilografia originale, Pubblicato da Nishinomiya Yosaku 西宮与作 - Carta - Shōda Kōhō 庄田耕峯 (1871-1946) - 'Niwaka Ame' にわか雨 - Sudden shower - Giappone - Anni '40

Original woodblock print, Published by Nishinomiya Yosaku 西宮与作 - Paper - Shōda Kōhō 庄田耕峯 (1871-1946) - 'Niwaka Ame' にわか雨 - Sudden shower - Japan - 1940s (memo)Shoda Kouhou 庄田耕峯 A disciple of Gekkou Ogata. His real name is Kan Shoda, and he was born in Kanda, Tokyo as the second son of Yasuyasu Shoda, a former vassal of the shogunate. He calls himself Koho, Changchunju. After graduating from junior high school, he became an apprentice under Gekkou and studied paintings of historical figures and beautiful women, and entered the Chuo Shimbun to draw illustrations. In 1895 (Meiji 28), he exhibited his 'Ningyo-mai Zu' at the 4th Annual Painting Exhibition of the Japan Young Artists Association, and received a third-class award. Received a second-class award for the ``Kameido Tsuina Shinji'' exhibited at the Kyoshinkai. He also received a bronze medal at the first Bunten held in 1907. From the end of the Meiji era to the beginning of the Taisho era, he released new prints from the publisher Takejiro Hasegawa. After this, he left the art world and lived in Kaminegishi Goinden, Shitaya Ward. He is 48 years old. Nishinomiya Yosaku(memo) Nishinomiya Kosaku A publisher that existed during the new print boom before the war. Kokkeidou (Akiyama Buemon) owned Koson Koson woodblock after bankruptcy. Not sure if still in business

N. 84048963

Venduti
Xilografia originale, Pubblicato da Nishinomiya Yosaku 西宮与作 - Carta - Shōda Kōhō 庄田耕峯 (1871-1946) - 'Niwaka Ame' にわか雨 - Sudden shower - Giappone - Anni '40

Xilografia originale, Pubblicato da Nishinomiya Yosaku 西宮与作 - Carta - Shōda Kōhō 庄田耕峯 (1871-1946) - 'Niwaka Ame' にわか雨 - Sudden shower - Giappone - Anni '40

Original woodblock print, Published by Nishinomiya Yosaku 西宮与作 - Paper - Shōda Kōhō 庄田耕峯 (1871-1946) - 'Niwaka Ame' にわか雨 - Sudden shower - Japan - 1940s

(memo)Shoda Kouhou 庄田耕峯
A disciple of Gekkou Ogata. His real name is Kan Shoda, and he was born in Kanda, Tokyo as the second son of Yasuyasu Shoda, a former vassal of the shogunate. He calls himself Koho, Changchunju. After graduating from junior high school, he became an apprentice under Gekkou and studied paintings of historical figures and beautiful women, and entered the Chuo Shimbun to draw illustrations. In 1895 (Meiji 28), he exhibited his 'Ningyo-mai Zu' at the 4th Annual Painting Exhibition of the Japan Young Artists Association, and received a third-class award. Received a second-class award for the ``Kameido Tsuina Shinji'' exhibited at the Kyoshinkai. He also received a bronze medal at the first Bunten held in 1907. From the end of the Meiji era to the beginning of the Taisho era, he released new prints from the publisher Takejiro Hasegawa. After this, he left the art world and lived in Kaminegishi Goinden, Shitaya Ward. He is 48 years old.

Nishinomiya Yosaku(memo)
Nishinomiya Kosaku A publisher that existed during the new print boom before the war. Kokkeidou (Akiyama Buemon) owned Koson Koson woodblock after bankruptcy. Not sure if still in business

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