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Lot 0003
  • Artist: Toshikata Mizuno
  • Subject: Viewing a Waterfall
  • Date: 1893
  • Size: Oban design measures 9.75 x 14.5 inches
  • Medium: Japanese woodblock print

    Toshikata Mizuno (1866-1908) was Japanese artist trained at the printmaking school of Tsukioka Yoshitoshi. He made prints in the ukiyo-e tradition, which was going out style at the end of the 19th century. Due to his classical training, he obtained a job as an illustrator at a Tokyo newspaper, Yamato shinbun. At the start of the 20th century he was a well-recognized illustrator, painter, and printmaker.

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  • Condition

    Very good color, impression, condition. Light wear. Partial light backing. Nicely printed with embossed details at the cartouche.

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    Toshikata Mizuno: Viewing a Waterfall

    Estimate $150 - $200Nov 13, 2016
    New York, NY, USA