Tsuchiya KoitsuNikko Five-Storey Pagoda.The more rare black-and-white edition.Size: Chuban. Approximately 11.5 x 8.0 inches.Date: 1930s.Publisher: Doi Hangaten.Carver: Harada. Printer: Yokoi.This seal combination indicates an early postwar edition. Also bears the Doi watermark.Koitsu catalog no: TK-DH-71-V1.Medium: Japanese woodblock print.Condition: Unframed. Toning most apparent at margins.
Tsuchiya Koitsu (1870-1949) became a pupil of Kiyochika Kobayashi at the age of 15. He stayed in his master's home for 19 years. His early print works were war prints of the Sino-Japanese war. Afterwards Koitsu Tsuchiya made mainly Shin Hanga landscape prints. The artist is a leading exponent of the shin hanga movement.
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