||"Two White Cockatoos on a Red Bar"
||ca1930's (pre-War printing)
||Obtained from Robert O. Muller's Estate following his death (via New York contact).
||Small oval "Kawaguchi seal" lower right corner.
||9 3/8 x 13
||Very Fine. Superbly executed soft "bokashi" shading to pink/yellow feathers and blue cup; extensive "gauffrage"
as feathers; deeply saturated green background with faint "sujizuri" circles; highly detailed, crisp key-lines.
||Excellent. Strong colors. Clean front and backside; full margins. Slight age-mellowing. Tiny "Made in Japan"
(No flaws noted.)
||Illustrated in "Crow, Cranes, and Camellias" #H-36.1, pg 203.
||Two white cockatoos perched upon a red bar, strikingly set against a deep-green background. Technically an
outstanding print. Not often available.