Artist: Mori TetsuzanRaccoon Dog and the MoonA woodblock print produced based on an earlier Tetsuzan painting.Size: O-tanzaku. Approximately 14.5 x 7.5 inches.Date: ca. 1900.Bears Tetsuzan signature and seal.Publisher: Likely DaikokuyaProvenance: The Bedford, NY estate of Eleanor Jay and Arthur Iselin. Eleanor Jay was a descendant of United States founding father, John Jay. Their Bedford home is now the John Jay Homestead historic site.Note: The prints in this Eleanor Jay collection are all pre-earthquake. This example of Raccoon Dog and the Moon features gofun highlights on the flowers.Medium: Japanese woodblock print.Condition: Excellent with diagonal crease at bottom right.
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