Good condition, see description
Original oban woodblock print by Katsukawa Shunsen (Shunkô II, 1762-1830) - "Three beauties catching a fish" - Japan - ca. 1810-20
Shunsen also referred to as Katsukawa Shunkô II.
With Shunsen's typical big sun in the background.
Possibly from the (untitled) landscape series with red cloud band.
Very strong design.
On a Japanese washi paper, in good condition. Colors faded. Mounted on a thicker paper, with former middle vertical fold ( NOT 2 pages mount together). Worm damage lower left corner and upper right corner, see pictures.
Shadows of former framing alongside the edges.
Embossing still present (waves in the water)(clouds in the sky).
Signed 'Shunsen' and with kao 花押, the artist's personal seal
With censor-seal as used
Published by Sanoya Kihei.
Size is 23.0x 36.4cm (oban).
This print is not in any online collection like MFA, BM etc.
I used 2 scans to cover the complete size, pictures might show the copy/paste-lines.
Will be sent acid-free protected, under heavy card-boards, fully insured.
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