Original woodblock print - Imao Keinen (1845-1924) - number 13 from the series "Keinen kachō gafu" "景年花鳥画譜" (Keinen's Birds & Flowers Album) - 1891
Imao Keinen 尾 景 年, Kyoto (1845–1924).
Japanese painter and print designer (Meiji Period, 1868-1912) who was part of the shin-hanga movement (meaning 'new prints').
Published by Tanaka Jihei in Kyoto in 1891.
Blocks of wood sculpted by Tanaka Jirōkichi
Printed by Miki Jinzaburō
This wood engraving is a unique opportunity to acquire a superb original print by Imao Keinen.
Format of the öban tate-e print: 368 x 257 mm (the traces are a bit larger)
Print: very good condition, fresh and bright colours. No holes, 9 binding holes, no affect on the print.
The 3 traces: reasonable condition given the age and fineness of the paper. Fold, 4 binding holes, some stains, small flaws and tears.
See the photos.
- Lot = 1 original engraving on wood + 3 layers color essays
- Region/ Country of origin
- Artist/ Maker
- Imao Keinen (1845-1924)
- Title of artwork
- N° 13 de la série "Keinen kachō gafu" "景年花鳥画譜" (Keinen's Birds & Flowers Album)
- Very good condition, see description
- 368×257×0 mm