MORE UKIYO-E ARTISTS

ON THIS PAGE YOU FIND THE WORK OF A NUMBER OF ARTISTS. THEY ARE LISTED BELOW IN THE ORDER YOU WILL FIND THEIR WORK:

CHIKANOBU, HASHIMOTO
HIROKAGE, UTAGAWA
SHARAKU, TOSHUSAI
OGATA, GEKKO
SHOSAI, IKKEI
SHUNTEI, MIYAGAWA

MORE ARTISTS AND THEIR WORK STILL TO BE LISTED.

CHIKANOBU, HASHIMOTO

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU lived from 1838 until 1912. He was a student of both Utagawa Kuniyoshi and Utagawa Kunisada then later Toyohara Kunichika. His signatures included a number of “Go” names including Ikkakusai and Yoshu and he created a number of different series in a wide variety of genres. His most famous are those of beautiful women and Meiji Era traditions while among the rarest are his works of Kabuki scenes inspired by his master Kunichika in the first years of their liaison.

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3970 KUSUNOKI MASATSURA (1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3970 KUSUNOKI MASATSURA (1886)
FIRST EDITION – VERY RARE.
FROM THE SERIES AZUMA NISHIKI CHUYA KURABE – EASTERN BROCADES, DAY AND NIGHT COMPARED.
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Left of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 19 = 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Yokoyaru Ryohachi Publisher’s Seal in left margin and Series Title in top right corner.
CONDITION: Very good for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$750 Export
Aust$825 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3889 KUSINOKI MATSURA (1886) SOLD THANK YOU

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3889 KUSINOKI MATSURA (1886)
FIRST EDITION – VERY RARE.
FROM THE SERIES AZUMA NISHIKI CHUYA KURABE – EASTERN BROCADES, DAY AND NIGHT COMPARED.
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Left of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 19 = 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Yokoyaru Ryohachi Publisher’s Seal in left margin and Series Title in top right corner.
NOTES: The scene shows the warrior Kusunoki Matsura as a boy fighting a wild badger and a huge ghost.
CONDITION: Very good for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$820 Export SOLD THANK YOU
Aust$902 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3381 RAIKO’S VISION OF THE GODDESS BENTON (1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3381 RAIKO'S VISION OF THE GODDESS BENTON (1886)
FIRST EDITION
FROM THE SERIES AZUMA NISHIKI CHUYA KURABE – EASTERN BROCADES, DAY AND NIGHT COMPARED.
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Right of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 19 = 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Yokoyaru Ryohachi Publisher’s Seal and Series Title in the top panels.
NOTES: The scene shows Rako seeing a vision of the Goddess.
CONDITION: Very good for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$650 Export
Aust$715 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3704 TOMANO – NO – MAE (1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3704 TOMANO - NO - MAE (1886)
FIRST EDITION
FROM THE SERIES EASTERN BROCADES DAY AND NIGHT COMPARED.
SIZE: 35.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 17 to 19 = 1884 to 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Kobayashi Tetsujiro Publisher’s Seal in the left margin and Series Title in the top panels.
NOTES: The scene shows Tamano-no-mae the famous courtesan of Emporer Konde in her incarnation as the beautiful and learned courtesan and as the mythical nine tailed fox in the upper left panel.Rako seeing a vision of the Goddess.
CONDITION: Very good for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$650 Export
Aust$715 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3335 MITSUNAKA’S DREAM OF THE DRAGON WOMAN (1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3335 MITSUNAKA'S DREAM OF THE DRAGON WOMAN (1886)
FIRST EDITION
FROM THE SERIES EASTERN BROCADES DAY AND NIGHT COMPARED.
SIZE: 35.7cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 19 = 1886 with Full Authentication of Date, Publisher’s Seal in the and Series Title in the top panels.
NOTES: The scene shows the nobleman Minamoto no Mitsunaka dreaming of the daughter of the dragon king who appears before him in his house. In the inset at the top of the scene Mitsunaka can be seen looking at a talisman of himself which he had created to protect himself.
CONDITION: Very Good for Age – see photo. Old washi backing has helped to preserve this 130 year old woodblock print.
PRICE: Aust$650 Export
Aust$715 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4324 SHIMOUSA, SNOW AT IWAHASHI (1884-1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4324 SHIMOUSA, SNOW AT IWAHASHI (1884-1886)
FIRST EDITION
FROM THE SERIES SETSUGEKKA – SNOW, MOON AND FLOWERS
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 17 to 19 = 1884 to 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Yokoyaru Ryohachi Publisher’s Seal and Series Title in the top panels.
NOTES: The scene shows Rako seeing a vision of the Goddess.
CONDITION: Very good for Age – Thin old washi backing has helped to preserve this print. See photo.
PRICE: Aust$620 Export
Aust$682 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4326 BUSHU, MOON AT ISHIHAMA (1884-1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4326 BUSHU, MOON AT ISHIHAMA (1884-1886)
FIRST EDITION
FROM THE SERIES SETSUGEKKA – SNOW, MOON AND FLOWERS
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 17 to 19 = 1884 to 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Yokoyaru Ryohachi Publisher’s Seal and Series Title in the top panels.
NOTES: The scene shows Rako seeing a vision of the Goddess.
CONDITION: Very good for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$620 Export
Aust$682 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4405 MOON AT MOUNT MIYAJA IN OWARI PROVINCE (1884-1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4405 MOON AT MOUNT MIYAJA IN OWARI PROVINCE (1884-1886)
FIRST EDITION
FROM THE SERIES SETSUGEKKA – SNOW, MOON AND FLOWERS
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 17 to 19 = 1884 to 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Kobayashi Tetsujiro Publisher’s Seal in the left margin and Series Title in the top panels.
NOTES: The scene shows Rako seeing a vision of the Goddess.
CONDITION: Very good for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$550 Export
Aust$605 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3839 FIRST EDITION (1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3839 FIRST EDITION (1886)
SUPER RARE SEEMINGLY UNDOCUMENTED SCENE.
FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE ONLY – NOT FOR SALE

FROM THE SERIES EASTERN BROCADES DAY AND NIGHT COMPARED
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 19 = 1886 with Full Authentication of Date, Publisher’s Seal in the and Series Title in the top panels.

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4331 SHIMOUSA, SNOW AT IWAHASHI (1884-1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4331 SHIMOUSA, SNOW AT IWAHASHI (1884-1886)
FIRST EDITION
FROM THE SERIES SETSUGEKKA – SNOW, MOON AND FLOWERS
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 17 to 19 = 1884 to 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Yokoyaru Ryohachi Publisher’s Seal and Series Title in the top panels.
NOTES: The scene shows Rako seeing a vision of the Goddess.
CONDITION: Very good for Age – Thin old washi backing has helped to preserve this print. See photo.
PRICE: Aust$620 Export
Aust$682 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4326 BUSHU, MOON AT ISHIHAMA (1884-1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4326 BUSHU, MOON AT ISHIHAMA (1884-1886)
FIRST EDITION
FROM THE SERIES SETSUGEKKA – SNOW, MOON AND FLOWERS
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 17 to 19 = 1884 to 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Yokoyaru Ryohachi Publisher’s Seal and Series Title in the top panels.
NOTES: The scene shows Rako seeing a vision of the Goddess.
CONDITION: Very good for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$620 Export
Aust$682 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4405 MOON AT MOUNT MIYAJA IN OWARI PROVINCE (1884-1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P4405 MOON AT MOUNT MIYAJA IN OWARI PROVINCE (1884-1886)
FIRST EDITION
FROM THE SERIES SETSUGEKKA – SNOW, MOON AND FLOWERS
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Meiji 17 to 19 = 1884 to 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Kobayashi Tetsujiro Publisher’s Seal in the left margin and Series Title in the top panels.
NOTES: The scene shows Rako seeing a vision of the Goddess.
CONDITION: Very good for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$620 Export
Aust$682 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3910 CHIYODA-NO-ON-OMOTE MOKUROKU MATSUDO-NO-SHUKU FUNA BASHI (1884-1886)

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: #P3910 CHIYODA-NO-ON-OMOTE MOKUROKU MATSUDO-NO-SHUKU FUNA BASHI (1884-1886)
ORIGINAL 19TH CENTURY TRIPTYCH SCENE
FIRST EDITION
Shows A pleasure boat by the pier at to Tokugawa procession.
THREE UNATTACHED OBAN SIZE WOODBLOCK PRINTS.
SIZE: EACH PANEL MEASURES 36.5cm x 24cm (14 inches x 9.4 inches) making a TOTAL SCENE of 72cm x 35cm (28.4 inches x 13.7 inches)
SIGNATURE: Yoshu Chikanobu Hitsu with red Yoshu seal below in Left Hand Panel.
DATE: Meiji 17 to 19 = 1884 to 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Kobayashi Tetsujiro Publisher’s Seal in the left margin and Series Title in the top panels.
NOTES: The scene shows Rako seeing a vision of the Goddess.
CONDITION: Average for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$750 Export
Aust$825 Including GST

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: TO KYOGAN HOMARE NO WAZOGI – HOT PLAYS WITH FAMOUS ACTORS 1882

HASHIMOTO CHIKANOBU: TO KYOGAN HOMARE NO WAZOGI - HOT PLAYS WITH FAMOUS ACTORS 1882
ORIGINAL 19TH CENTURY TRIPTYCH SCENE
THREE UNATTACHED OBAN SIZE WOODBLOCK PRINTS.
SIZE: EACH PANEL MEASURES 35cm x 24cm (13.7 inches x 9.4 inches) making a TOTAL SCENE of 72cm x 35cm (28.4 inches x 13.7 inches)
SIGNATURE: Chikanobu Hitsu with red Toshidama seal below in Left Hand Panel.
DATE: Meiji 17 to 19 = 1884 to 1886 with Full Authentication of Date and Kobayashi Tetsujiro Publisher’s Seal in the left margin and Series Title in the left side of the central panel.
CONDITION: Very Good  for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$820 Export
Aust$902 Including GST

HIROKAGE, UTAGAWA

UTAGAWA HIROKAGE was a pupil of Ando Hiroshige and was only active as a Woodblock Print Artist from 1855 to 1865. Among his minimal output was a popular series of known as the Comic Views of Edo.

UTAGAWA HIROKAGE: #P1721 INCIDENT AT KAMSUMIGASKI (1859)

UTAGAWA HIROKAGE: #P1721 INCIDENT AT KAMSUMIGASKI (1859)
No 13 in the series HUMOROUS SCENES OF EDO
SIZE: 36cm x 24cm (14.2 inches x 9.7 inches)
SIGNATURE: Hirokage Ga in the Red Panel in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Dated 1859 by the Round Aratame Censor Seal in the Left Margin and Authenticated by the Publisher”s Seal Below this seal.
CONDITION: Very Good for Age – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$450 Export
Aust$495 Including GST

UTAGAWA HIROKAGE: #P2355 VIEWING TOKYO FROM THE EDO ROAD (1859)

UTAGAWA HIROKAGE: #P2355 VIEWING TOKYO FROM THE EDO ROAD (1859)
No 19 in the series HUMOROUS SCENES OF EDO
SIZE: 36cm x 24cm (14.2 inches x 9.7 inches)
SIGNATURE: Hirokage Ga in the Red Panel in Lower Right of Scene.
DATE: Dated 1859 by the Round Aratame Censor Seal in the Left Margin and Authenticated by the Publisher’s Seal Below.
CONDITION: Shows some wear from age with minor central fold mark but retains great colour and is a very rare print – see photo.
PRICE: Aust$180 Export
Aust$198 Including GST

SHARAKU, TOSHUSAI

TOSHUSAI SHARAKU is one of the most obscure woodblock artists one could find. He was active for only ten months between 1794 and 1795 and he created mostly portraits of Kabuki Actors and Sumo Wrestlers. He produced over 120 prints over this short period of time but had few sales so stopped working as an artist. All the scenes he created were signed Sharaku although no-one knows his real name or dates of birth and death. Since his death many scholars have recognised him as one of the geniuses of the period.

TOSHUSAI SHARAKU: #P1255 Shinrei Yaguchi no Watashi – Yomo no Nishiki Kokyo no Tabiji

TOSHUSAI SHARAKU: #P1255 Shinrei Yaguchi no Watashi - Yomo no Nishiki Kokyo no Tabiji
NOT FOR SALE – FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE ONLY
Actors Matsumoto Kôshirô 4th as Ninokuchi-mura Magoemon and Nakayama Tomisaburô as Umegawa from the play “Shinrei Yaguchi no Watashi – Yomo no Nishiki Kokyo no Tabiji”
Recorded first printing date: 1794
Signed: Tôshûsai Sharaku ga
Censor Seal: The first of a series of three Kiwame seals used from 1790 to 1845
Publisher’s Seal: Hayashi Tadashi or Tsuta-Ya Jusaburo we think but are still researching this print.
Layered silver mica background.
It present, as we have never found a similar example of this scene with the silver mica layered like this we so far can not identify its exact age or date but believe it to be between 1800 the 1870 at the latest. We will up date the details as we continue our research.

OGATA, GEKKO

GEKKO OGATA lived from 1859 to 1920. He was born an orphan and gained his name Gekko, which means moonlight, when adopted by the highly esteemed artist family of Ogata. He was a self taught woodblock print artist and created a truly individual style in his images. He is one of the most highly collectable Meiji era Artists.

GEKKO OGATA: #P2268 FROM THE SERIES JUNIKAGETSU – TWELVE MONTHS OF UKIYO (1890)

GEKKO OGATA: #P2268 FROM THE SERIES JUNIKAGETSU - TWELVE MONTHS OF UKIYO (1890)
FIRST EDITION
SIGNATURE: Gekko in right of scene.
SIZE: 36.5cm x 25cm (14.3 inches x 9.9 inches)
DATE: Meiji 23 = 1890 with Full Authentication Documentation in red panel in lower left of scene and the Iba-ya Sensaburo publisher’s seal on the left of this panel.
CONDITION: Very Good for Age – See photo
PRICE: Aust$550.00 Export
Aust$605 Including GST

GEKKO OGATA: #P2269 FROM THE SERIES JUNIKAGETSU – TWELVE MONTHS OF UKIYO (1890)

GEKKO OGATA: #P2269 FROM THE SERIES JUNIKAGETSU - TWELVE MONTHS OF UKIYO (1890)
FIRST EDITION
SIGNATURE: Gekko in left of scene.
SIZE: 36.5cm x 25cm (14.3 inches x 9.9 inches)
DATE: Meiji 23 = 1890 with Full Authentication Documentation in red panel in lower right of scene and the Iba-ya Sensaburo publisher’s seal on the left of this panel.
CONDITION: Good for Age, top margin trimmed – See photo
PRICE: Aust$450.00 Export
Aust$495 Including GST

GEKKO OGATA: #P2989 LOVERS AT HEIAN COURT ENJOY AN EVENING BOAT RIDE(1890)

GEKKO OGATA: #P2989 LOVERS AT HEIAN COURT ENJOY AN EVENING BOAT RIDE(1890)
FIRST EDITION
FROM THE SERIES JUNIKAGETSU – TWELVE MONTHS OF UKIYO
SIGNATURE: Gekko in left of scene.
SIZE: 36.5cm x 25cm (14.3 inches x 9.9 inches)
DATE: Meiji 23 = 1890 with Full Authentication Documentation in red panel in lower right of scene and the Iba-ya Sensaburo publisher’s seal on the left of this panel.
CONDITION: Good for Age, top margin trimmed – See photo
PRICE: Aust$450.00 Export
Aust$495 Including GST

GEKKO OGATA: #P3101 RARE ZUIHITSU SCENE (Circa 1880)

GEKKO OGATA: #P3101 RARE ZUIHITSU SCENE (Circa 1880)
EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION
SIGNATURE: Gekko in left of scene.
SIZE: 36cm x 24.5cm (14.2 inches x 9.7 inches)
A Zuihitsu Scene showing a Samurai in a Kabuki Theatre for the Series Gekko’s Essay
DATE: Circa 1880 with Artist’s signature and red seal in the bottom left of scene.
CONDITION: A little below average for Age, with an old centre fold mark – See photo
PRICE: Aust$250.00 Export
Aust$275 Including GST

GEKKO OGATA: #P3837 FAMILY OUTING SCENE (1898)

GEKKO OGATA: #P3837 FAMILY OUTING SCENE (1898)
FIRST EDITION
SIZE: 36cm x 24.8cm (14.2 inches x 9.9 inches)
DATE: 1898 with Full Authentication Documentation in left panel, now a little faded.
CONDITION: In average condition for its age with some minor age discoloration – See photo
PRICE: Aust$250.00 Export
Aust$275 Including GST

GEKKO OGATA: #P3115 SCENE FROM THE 47 RONIN SERIES (CIRCA 1890)

GEKKO OGATA: #P3115 SCENE FROM THE 47 RONIN SERIES (CIRCA 1890)
FIRST EDITION
SIZE: 37cm x 24.8cm (14.5 inches x 9.9 inches)
DATE: Circa 1890 with Full Authentication Documentation in left margin, artist’s signature and red seal in lower right of scene. Published by Iatsuki Heikiche between 1895 and 1903.
CONDITION: In above average condition for its age with some minor – See photo
PRICE: Aust$320.00 Export
Aust$352 Including GST

GEKKO OGATA: #P3115 FROM THE RONIN SERIES (CIRCA 1890)

GEKKO OGATA: #P3115 FROM THE RONIN SERIES (CIRCA 1890)
FIRST EDITION
SCENE SHOWS OKANO KINEMON ONE OF THE 47 RONIN
SIZE: 36cm x 23cm (14.2 inches x 9.1 inches)
DATE: Circa 1890 with Publisher’s details, Date and Full Authentication Documentation in left margin.
CONDITION: In Excellent Condition for its Age – See photo
PRICE: Aust$450.00 Export
Aust$495 Including GST

GEKKO OGATA: #P2481 DREAMING (CIRCA 1890)

GEKKO OGATA: #P2481 DREAMING (CIRCA 1890)
FIRST EDITION
SIZE: 36.5cm x 25cm (14.4 inches x 9.8 inches)
DATE: Circa 1890 from the Series Gekko’s Essay with Full Authentication Documentation in left margin, now a little faded.
CONDITION: In average condition for its age with some minor age discoloration – See photo
PRICE: Aust$280.00 Export
Aust$328 Including GST

GEKKO OGATA: #P2286 TWO CHUBAN SCENES WHICH HAVE NEVER BEEN SEPARATED (CIRCA 1880)

GEKKO OGATA: #P2286 TWO CHUBAN SCENES WHICH HAVE NEVER BEEN SEPARATED (CIRCA 1880)
VERY RARE EARLY WOODBLOCK PRINT – FIRST EDITION
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14.3 inches x 9.5 inches)
DATE: Meiji 22 = Circa 1880 with Full Authentication Documentation in red panel in lower right of scene and the Iba-ya Sensaburo publisher’s seal on the left of this panel.
CONDITION: In excellent condition for its age – See photo
PRICE: Aust$450.00 Export
Aust$495 Including GST

SHOSAI, IKKEI

IKKEI SHOSAI Is one of the most obscure woodblock print artists from the Ukiyo-e period and his work is very RARE. His woodblock prints were all created in the very early 1870s. We only have one Example from this series at present and I search for more of them every time I am in Japan.

IKKEI SHOSAI: #P4485 CATCHING FIREFLIES ON A SUMMER’S NIGHT (1872-1875)

IKKEI SHOSAI: #P4485 CATCHING FIREFLIES ON A SUMMER'S NIGHT (1872-1875)
SIZE: 37cm x 25cm (14.5 inches x 9.9 inches)
DATE: Round Aratame Censor Seal alongside the Artist’s Signature and Publisher’s Seal Accurately Dates the Scene to Between 1972 and 1975 as this is the only time this seal was used.
CONDITION: In Good condition for its age with minor wrinkling and left side edge not trimmed to scene border – See photo
PRICE: Aust$400.00 Export
Aust$440 Including GST

SHUNTEI, MIYAGAWA

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI lived from 1873 to 1914 and produced his finest work at the end of the 19th Century. He is one of the more obscure Ukiyo-e artists who worked in the Meiji Period. He studied under Watanabe Shoka and Tomioka Eisen and in his short life created some very fine scenes which are now very rare and difficult to find.

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P4039 A VISIT TO THE ZOO (CIRCA 1890s)

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P4039 A VISIT TO THE ZOO (CIRCA 1890s)
FROM THE SERIES CHILDREN’S MANNERS AND CUSTOMS
SIGNATURE: Shuntei in Red Seal
SIZE: 36.5cm x 24cm (14.3 inches x 9.5 inches)
DATE: 1890s with Full Authentication Documentation in Left Margin
CONDITION: Good for Age – See photo
PRICE: Aust$350.00 Export
Aust$385 Including GST

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P2103 FROM THE SERIES YUKIYO NO HANA – FLOWERS OF THE WORLD OF PLEASURE (1897)

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P2103 FROM THE SERIES YUKIYO NO HANA - FLOWERS OF THE WORLD OF PLEASURE (1897)SIGNATURE: Shuntei with Red Seal below in the lower right of scene.
SIZE: 36cm x 25cm (14.2 inches x 9.7 inches)
DATE: Meiji 30 – 1897 in Left Margin
CONDITION: Good for Age, a small stain, some minor off set from storage and old presentation backing has helped in preservation – See photo
PRICE: Aust$275.00 Export
Aust$302.50 Including GST

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P3881 FROM THE SERIES YUKIYO NO HANA- FLOWERS OF THE WORLD OF PLEASURE (1897)

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P3881 FROM THE SERIES YUKIYO NO HANA- FLOWERS OF THE WORLD OF PLEASURE (1897)
SIGNATURE: Shuntei with Red Seal below in the lower right of scene.
SIZE: 36cm x 25cm (14.2 inches x 9.7 inches)
DATE: Meiji 30 – 1897 in Left Margin
CONDITION: Good for Age, some minor off set from storage and old presentation backing has helped in preservation – See photo
PRICE: Aust$375.00 Export
Aust$412.50 Including GST

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P2298 FROM THE SERIES KODOMO FUZOKU – CHILDREN’S REFINEMENTS (1896)

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P2298 FROM THE SERIES KODOMO FUZOKU - CHILDREN'S REFINEMENTS (1896)
SIGNATURE: Shuntei with Red Seal below in the lower right of scene.
SIZE: 36cm x 25cm (14.2 inches x 9.7 inches)
DATE: July 1896 in Left Margin
CONDITION: Very Good for Age, old presentation backing has helped in preservation – See photo
PRICE: Aust$375.00 Export
Aust$412.50 Including GST

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P2299 FROM THE SERIES KODOMO FUZOKU – CHILDREN’S REFINEMENTS (1896)

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P2299 FROM THE SERIES KODOMO FUZOKU - CHILDREN'S REFINEMENTS (1896)
SIGNATURE: Shuntei with Red Seal below in the lower right of scene.
SIZE: 36cm x 25cm (14.2 inches x 9.7 inches)
DATE: July 1896 in Left Margin
CONDITION: Very Good for Age, old presentation backing has helped in preservation – See photo
PRICE: Aust$375.00 Export
Aust$412.50 Including GST

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P2300 FROM THE SERIES KODOMO FUZOKU – CHILDREN’S REFINEMENTS (1896)

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P2300 FROM THE SERIES KODOMO FUZOKU - CHILDREN'S REFINEMENTS (1896)
SIGNATURE: Shuntei with Red Seal below in the lower right of scene.
SIZE: 36cm x 25cm (14.2 inches x 9.7 inches)
DATE: July 1896 in Left Margin
CONDITION: Very Good for Age, old presentation backing has helped in preservation – See photo
PRICE: Aust$375.00 Export
Aust$412.50 Including GST

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P2301 FROM THE SERIES KODOMO FUZOKU – CHILDREN’S REFINEMENTS (1896)

MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI: #P2301 FROM THE SERIES KODOMO FUZOKU - CHILDREN'S REFINEMENTS (1896)
SIGNATURE: Shuntei with Red Seal below in the lower right of scene.
SIZE: 36cm x 25cm (14.2 inches x 9.7 inches)
DATE: July 1896 in Left Margin
CONDITION: Very Good for Age, old presentation backing has helped in preservation – See photo
PRICE: Aust$375.00 Export
Aust$412.50 Including GST

Other Ukiyo-e Artists

We also stock Japanese woodblock prints by the following Ukiyo-e artists. Just click on the name to go direct to their individual page.

Chikashige, Morikawa
Hiroshige, Ando
Kunichika, Toyohara
Kunisada, Utagawa
Kuniyoshi, Utagawa
Yoshitora, Utagawa
Yoshitoshi, Taiso