Same as the titled "original japanese art?" one just reviewed. i'd like to know more about the work. p;ease look at the pictures i resent. they are the backs of the works. could that be a sign that the work might have been painted ior does a print usually go thru the paper?nstead of a print

Jul 17, 2019. 19:48 UTC
Same as the titled "original japanese art?" one just reviewed.  I'd like to know more about the work.  P;ease look at the  pictures I resent.  They are the backs of the works.  Could that be a sign that the work might have been painted ior does a print usually go thru the paper?nstead of a print
Bob
United States of America

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Asian art

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I'd also like to know what the two words say at the margin? Thank you. Bob B

Provenance

estate sale

$180 - $220 (United States Dollar)
Answered within 2 days
Jul 19, 20:44 UTC
By Klaus

Thank you for submitting your item for appraisal. This appears to be a japanese woodblock print, mid 20th century, by Tokuriki Tomikichiro ( 1902-1999 / 2000), according to the inscription made in the Showa year 26 which equals 1951.The so called "bleeding" of the colours through the paper is a typical trait of genuine ukiyo-e prints.

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