||"Silk-dying at Katsura River" (aka "Drying Yuzen at Katsura River")
||Obained via Uchida Publisher's "Family Archives." Founded in 1919, a few of Uchida's
long-held collection of original 1950's prints has recently found their way to modern
||Uchida Bijutsu Shoshi
(Kyoto, 1919 to present)
||10 5/8 x 15 3/4 ("dai-oban")
||Very Fine. Excellent colors. Skillfully executed "bokashi" shading to sky and
foreground; nicely detailed carving.
Clean front and verso.
(No flaws noted.)
||A colorful scene of Kyoto's Katsura River where hand-made silk textiles
are rinsed then dryed during their manufacture.
From Uchida's archives of early 1950's prints.
A rarely seen vintage print.