Lot 271 | YASHIMA GAKUTEI (1786-1868)YASHIMA GAKUTEI (1786-1868)
Giant black carp in waterweeds
Woodblock print surimono, embellished with metallic pigment and embossing, from the series Kaminoge suigyo ren (Water fish poems for the Kaminoge Group), signed Gakutei
Shikishiban surimono: 8 1/2 x 7 3/8 in. (21.6 x 18.7 cm.)
Provenance Hayashi Tadamasa (1853-1906), Paris
|Artist:||Gakutei Yashima (1786-1868)|
|Medium:||Acrylic glass, Paper, Plastic|
|Historical era:||Edo period (1600-1868)|
|Country or place of origin:||Eastern Asia, Japan|
|Object type:||Woodblock print|
|Auction house category:||All other types of objects|
|Address of auction||
20 Rockefeller Plaza
10020 New York
|Phone||+1 212 636 2000|
|Fax||+1 212 636 4930|
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|Conditions of purchase||Conditions of purchase|
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