||"Wading Egret in Reeds"
(later 1938-1950's printing)
||Obtained from Robert O. Muller's Estate following his death (via New York contact).
||Daikoku-ya (Tokyo publisher, 1818-1923).
Post-earthquake version by
(Tokyo publisher--known active 1938 until late-1950's.
||9 1/4 x 9 3/4 ("shikishiban")
||Very Fine. Skillfully executed "bokashi" shading throughout; light "gauffrage" to
outline of egret; softly colored feathers; much fine detailing.
||Excellent. Excellent colors. Clean front and backside.
Tiny "Made in Japan" stamped lower verso.
||"Crow, Cranes, and Camellias" pl# K-14.5 and cat# 62 pg 82.
||A beautifully colored image of a small egret (Egretta garzetto) standing in shallow water.
(Same image as #1 copy--some blocks appear re-carved; lacks red Koson "seal.")
(See "Crow, Cranes, and Camellias" pg 176.).