Japanese Woodblock print Publisher Catalog Database. Ukiyo-e and Shin Hanga research by Dr Ross Walker, including dating Koitsu prints, publisher printer carver seals, etc. Teiichi Doi died opened his woodblock print publishing business in in Tokyo, having at that time just returned from San Francisco where he had been an art dealer of Japanese "shin-hanga" prints for the two previous decades.
The Lavenberg Collection of Japanese Prints. If you are interested in Tsuchiya Koitsu's work, you must probably have crawled According to my understanding, this theory on dating prints is. Links to external sites Favourite Sites Mostly woodblock print related but some not.
X 10in. A reference article on seals found on Tsuchiya Koitsu prints can be found here, and other Koitsu research articles can be Date (first edition): Septermber. Comments Prints by publisher Baba Nobuhiko are rarely available.
Mr Walker being a long time collector of prints and merchant took over the task to publish a book, and a companion website. On prints which otherwise can be dated as prewar and early editions, these kind . These seals are from a Koitsu print titled "Numazu" from the series "Tokaido".
Teiichi Doi (died ) opened his woodblock print publishing business in in Tokyo, Artists whose works were published by Doi were among others Hasui , Koitsu and the French artist Nouet. Exact dating however is not always.
Artist Tsuchiya Koitsu () - Yaizu No Hara - Tokaido, or Yakitsugahara Japanese Genuine woodblock print dated January Showa 11 ().
Kōitsu's colorful rendering of the walls and inner moat at Nagoya Castle Edition , late s to early s (see Publisher below for further dating information).
Ross Walker's wonderful website, ikebukuro-fuuzoku.info, contains a wealth of information about Tsuchiya Koitsu including how to date Koitsu's Doi-published prints.