Woodblock Print by Hiroaki Shotei
Unframed woodblock print (ukiyo-e) by Hiroaki Takahashi whose artist name was Shotei of a roadside tea house beside majestic Mt. Fuji. Shotei was one of the major figures in the ‘new print’ (shin-hanga) movement from the Meiji Period to the Shōwa Period, he lived from 1871-1945.
This unframed woodblock print is signed and is in overall good condition with some light foxing of the paper in a few places. The print is attached to matt board and was previously framed. It measures 37.8 cm (14.9 inches) high X 16.8 cm (6.6 inches) wide.
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