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Rice Cakes and Bonito - Toyota Hokkei (Japanese: 1780-1850)

Artist: Totoya Hokkei Title: Rice Cakes and Bonito, from the series The Pillow Book Series for the Mutsumi Group (Mutsumigawa Bantsuzuki Ma.

Two Ladies; One is Playing the Biwa (Japanese Lute) and the Other, the Koto (Japanese Harp)  Kubo Shunman  (Japanese, 1757–1820)  Date: probably 1815 Culture: Japan Medium: Part of an album of woodblock prints (surimono); ink and color on pape

Two Ladies; One is Playing the Biwa (Japanese Lute) and the Other, the Koto (Japanese Harp) Kubo Shunman (Japanese, Date: probably 1815 Culture: Japan Medium: Part of an album of woodblock prints (surimono); ink and color on pape

Katsushika Hokusai, (Japanese, Tokyo (Edo) 1760–1849 Tokyo (Edo)). Horse Pattern (Koma shōbu), from the series Horses, 1822. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1922 (JP1393) #AsianArt100 #horses

Horse Pattern (Koma shôbu),from the series Horses Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: 1822 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono);

竹もんの虎 市村家橘 - Tiger of Bamboo - Ichimura Ichibachi 1863

竹もんの虎 市村家橘 - Tiger of Bamboo - Ichimura Ichibachi 1863

Katsushika Hokusai, Ema (Votive Pictures)

A Surimono was sold by Bonhams, New York, on Wednesday, March

http://www.japaneseprints-london.com/ukiyoe/images/surimono40.jpg

http://www.japaneseprints-london.com/ukiyoe/images/surimono40.jpg

Totoya Hokkei Japanese, The Theater Outing

Bamboo Shoots - Toyota Hokkei (Japanese: 1780-1850)

Bamboo Shoots, 1880 by Toyota Hokkei. Ukiyo-e.

Seal-Stone and Seal-Ink  Totoya Hokkei  (Japanese, 1780–1850)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: probably 1817 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper:

印鑑と朱に孔雀羽根 Seal-stone and Seal-ink with Peacock Feathers, from Spring Rain Surimono Album (Harusame surimono-jō), vol. 1 Artist:Totoya Hokkei (Japanese, Period:Edo period Date:probably 1817 Culture:Japan

Benzaiten ni Ryu  Yashima Gakutei  (Japanese, 1786?–1868)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper

magictransistor: “Yashima Gakutei, Benzaiten ni Ryu (Goddess of Music and Good Fortune with Dragon); Polychrome woodblock print, Edo period, Japan, n.

Flounder and Red Bream by Hokkei. Best known for his surimono. Hokkei was originally a fishmonger (hence his name Totoya), and made a number of surimono designed with fish and shells.

Flounder and Red Bream by Hokkei. Best known for his surimono. Hokkei was originally a fishmonger (hence his name Totoya), and made a number of surimono designed with fish and shells.

Fukujuso tosa nikki shiori,Hokkei Totoya,Photo of Ukiyo-e,Japan,Dairy,c1830

Fukujuso tosa nikki shiori Hokkei Totoya Photo of Ukiyo e Japan Dairy

Geisha with a box of bamboo shoots by Hokkei (Japanese Print)

Geisha with a box of bamboo shoots by Hokkei

No existing original Original surimono were often commissioned by poetry circles and privately published. Surimono represent the peak in Japanese woodblock printing techniques.

Tsuba (Sword Guard) and Bags  Kubo Shunman  (Japanese, 1757–1820)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper

Tsuba (Sword Guard) and Bags Kubo Shunman (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper

Rejected Geisha from Passions Cooled by Springtime Snow -  Keisai Eisen (Japanese, 1790–1848)

Rejected Geisha from Passions Cooled by Springtime Snow - Keisai Eisen (Japanese,

The Kimono Gallery

thekimonogallery: “Surimono (Still life). Woodblock print, c, Japan, by artist Ikeda Ayaoka ”

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