Very good condition, see description
|Object:||Original woodblock print (More lots)|
|Region/ Country of origin:||Japan|
|Artist/ Maker:||Toshi Yoshida (1911-1995)|
|Title of artwork:||"Friendly Garden with Pine Tree" - Matsu|
|Condition:||Very good condition, see description|
Original woodblock print - Toshi Yoshida (1911-1995) - "Friendly Garden with Pine Tree" - Matsu - 1980
Titel: "Friendly Garden with Pine Tree." Matsu.
Depicting mandarin ducks in a pine tree garden.
Signed with pencil in Japanese on border: Yoshida Toshi.
Signed in print Toshi and with a seal.
Printed in the workshop of the Yoshida family.
This print is part one of a serie of three prints with traditional good luck motives- Pine Tree, Bamboo and Plum.
This serie was commissioned by the American Company Franklin Mint in 1980.
These prints were sold in the Franklin Mint Gallery.
The print is in the original teakwood frame of Franklin Mint, , with a silk covered mat and a plexiglass protection plate.
Size : paper 30 x 54,5 cm
print 25 x 50 cm
frame 40 x 78 cm
Very good condition, very good colors and very good printing.
Small stain in the middle of the print an on top, minor wear on silk mat.
Brown paper from the back of the frame damaged.
Weight with frame : 2080 gr.
Catawiki member since November 25, 2013, received 14 reviews in total (2 in last 12 months)
My purchased item - ukiyoe prints - arrived safely, in a condition as described.
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
Any other costs or charges such as customs or import duties, customs clearance and handling may also apply during the shipment of your lot and will be charged to you by the involved party at a later stage if applicable.
|Rest of Europe||$33.17|
Save shipping costs
You can pick up this lot from the seller: Amsterdam (), Netherlands.
If you win more than one lot sold by the same seller in the same auction, your shipment will be combined. In this case, only the shipping costs of whichever lot has the highest shipping costs will be applied.