- Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Kakegawa, Akibaya... - Lot 175 - Beaussant Lefèvre & Associés

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- Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Kakegawa, Akibaya... - Lot 175 - Beaussant Lefèvre & Associés
- Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Kakegawa, Akibaya meisan kikuragé shiitaké Kakegawa In the top right-hand corner of the image is the subtitle: Akibaya meisan kikuragé shiitaké. Judas ears and mushrooms, specialties of the Akiba house (in Kakegawa). The advertised specialties are spread across the image. Kuma (bear) seal. Harimaze cut-out from a series entitled Tokaidô harimaze zue (Small mixed images from the Tôkaidô). Series of 12 plates. This is plate no. 7, 27th relay. Date: 1848. Publisher: Ibasen. Format: 12.5 x 10.4 cm Fine proof with fresh coloring. Framed under glass. Bibliography: Tamba, The art of Hiroshige, 1965, Tokyo, p.50, no. 104, rep.in color - T.N.M. vol. 3, no. 3306, sheet repr. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Kyo, Rakuchû Ôrai Kyo The subtitle reads: comings and goings in the capital. A woman carries a ladder, two boxes and two jugs on her head, as is the custom among Kyoto workers. Behind her, we see a vendor of chasen (small bamboo beater for powdered tea), and three women in kinukazuki (special kimono to wear over the head, like a hooded pilgrim coat). Seal: Heian (former name of Kyoto). Harimaze cut-out from a series entitled Tokaidô harimaze zue (Small mixed images on the Tokaido). Series of 12 plates. This is plate no. 12, 55th relay, or arrival in Kyoto. Date: 1848, Year of the Monkey. Artist's seal: Hiroshige. Publisher: Ibasen. Format: 21.6 x 13 cm Framed under glass. Bibliography: Tamba, The art of Hiroshige, 1965, Tokyo, p.194 n° 472, rep.in color - T.N.M. vol. 3, no. 3304, sheet repr. - Strange, p.187, series described. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Dragon A dragon emerges from the water, next to a red coral. On the left, a poem is written. Part of a harimaze. Fan format: 7.5 x 15.7 cm Framed under glass. Fresh color. Upper right corner cut. Traces of mica. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Brazier on the sea next to a boat and behind a gray sail, a kind of brazier emerges. Part of a harimaze. Fan format: 9.7 x 15.5 cm Fresh color. Traces of mica. Framed under glass. - Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) Two actors One actor wearing a green kimono holds a fan. The second, smaller actor in a blue kimono holds a tambourine. Part of a harimaze. Fan size: 16 x 8.1 cm Traces of mica. Framed under glass. - Anonymous Still life A box containing a variety of plants. On top is a feather with a wooden handle. At bottom right, the Japanese character taka appears in red. Japan, 18th century. Surimono format: 9.3 x 11.7 cm Worm holes. Faded colors. Embossed decorative motifs. Framed under glass. - School of Hokusai (19th century) Hunter on the prowl A man in profile, wearing hunting clothes, aims his rifle at a prey. His right leg is bent over a rock. Indian ink drawing enhanced with pink. Format: 12 x 7.4 cm Good condition. Framed under glass. - School of Hokusai (late 18th-early 19th century) two cut-out drawings. The top one depicts a man seated near a small table, holding a stick in his right hand. Below, a man sits by a low table, holding a sheet of paper. Further away, on the floor, is a writing utensil. Indian ink drawings. Format: 9.4 x 9 cm (top) and 10.5 x 10 cm (bottom) Traces of mica. Framed under glass. - School of Hokusai Character A man is seated, in profile, near a small coffee table. He is leaning against a sort of bench, and a sword sheath and cord protrude from his ample clothing. Indian ink drawing. Format: 12 x 18.5 cm Framed under glass. As a whole.
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