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Miyagawa, Shuntei (1873-1914)

Gathering Wildflowers in the Forest

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Miyagawa, Shuntei (1873-1914)
Gathering Wildflowers in the Forest
Modern Customs
Woodblock Print
15" x 30.25"
Oju Shuntei
Very good color and impression, embellished with embossing, red stain on each sheet (faint on left and center sheets).

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Fukuda Hatsujiro

About the artist

Shuntei Miyagawa was a Meiji-period woodblock print artist best known for his designs of beauties and children. Born in Aichi prefecture, Shuntei lived most of his life in Tokyo. He signed his work Shuntei Gyoshi or Shuntei Kanjin, which literally means “man of leisure.” Shuntei studied painting with Shoka Watanabe and Eisen Tomioka. He was a prolific designer for book and newspaper illustrations as well as woodblock prints.

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