Object: Japanese woodblock print
Artist: Hideki Hanabusa (active circa 1950's - 1970's)
Title: Spiteful Love of a Snake Woman from Musume Dojoji
Series: Noh Hanga, 1956
Dimensions: 11.25" x 16.25"
Circa: Mid 20th century
Noh Hanga - Terrific design from a series titled "Noh Hanga" or "Noh Prints" by artist Hideki Hanabusa. His wonderful images feature large characters from a variety of popular Noh plays, beautifully drawn, with highly expressive masks and elegant costumes. This lovely print includes shimmering mica accents and some gold hand painting in the background. A terrific choice for a collector interested in classic Noh theater.
Condition: is an excellent, no tears, no foxing and no repairs, with full margins. Some slight handling creases and mica smudging on the upper margin, probably done during the print process. Colors are great; vibrant. Unframed. Very good registration, fine impression and good bleed-through. This print has never been framed or circulated and maintains it's original edges and full margins. This print came from a private estate.
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