JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT ORIGINAL ANTIQUE 1890 Boat, Net Fishing For Sale

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JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT ORIGINAL ANTIQUE 1890 Boat, Net Fishing :
$200.00

ARTIST:  Unread, possibly CHIKANOBU OR YOSHITOSHI


DATE: circa 1890


AGE: APPROX 140 YEARS OLD


MEDIUM: WOODBLOCK PRINT (INK ON PAPER) NISHIKI-E


GENRE: UKIYO-E (PICTURES OF THE FLOATING WORLD)  MEIJI


SIZE: OBAN (APPROX 14 X 9 INCHES) or 35cm by 22cm  approximately


ORIGINAL ANTIQUE: YES


SUBJECT: bijin-ga (beautiful women), fishing


CONDITION: very good (see detailed pictures)


THEME: Pleasure boat


COMMENTS: Nice, beautiful, vibrant colors and scenery.  This is a beautiful and authentic Japanese woodblock print from the CHIKANOBU or YOSHITOSHI SCHOOL, dating back to the late 1800s. The intricate design depicts colorful scenes on paper, showcasing the rich culture and artistry of Japan. The print is a valuable antique original, perfect for collectors of Asian antiques and prints.


The region of origin of this print is Japan, and it features a multi-color scheme that adds vibrancy and depth to any space. The print is an amazing representation of the art of printing using woodblocks, which was popular in Japan during the 19th century. Don\'t miss out on this rare opportunity to own a piece of Japanese history!



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