||c1910-23 (PRE-1923 earthquake)
||Obtained from Robert O. Muller's Collection following his death.
||Daikoku-ya (Tokyo publisher, 1818-1923)
||7 3/8 x 13 3/4 ("tanzaku")
||Very Fine. Skillfully executed "bokashi" shading top to bottom and crane's body; strongly visible woodgrain entire background;
outline of cranes lightly raised in "gauffrage"; very sharp key-lines, much fine detailing.
||Excellent. Excellent colors. Clean front and backside. Full, original margins (note "kento marks" right edge,
bottom right). (Flawless.)
||"Crow, Cranes, and Camellias" pl# K-4.5 and cat#106.
||A gorgeous scene of two wading Japanese cranes, set against a strikingly distinctive grey-to-blue woodgrain
background. Rarely seen print.
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