Yoshida Hiroshi - The Kengamine Peak
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Yoshida Hiroshi (1876-1950)

Resting pilgrims at the Kengamine Peak, the highest peak of Mount Fuji.

Title: Sanchô Kengamine (The Kengamine Peak) – Sumit (sic!) of Fujiyama (inscribed by hand with a pencil at lower left margin).

Series: Fuji jûkkei (Ten Views of Mount Fuji)

Signature: Yoshida (hand-signed), and signed with a pencil at lower right margin.

Seal: Hiroshi, Jizuri-Siegel (self-printed)

Date: Shôwa 3 (1928)

Size: Oban, 25 x 37,6 cm

Perfect impression and colours. Early print. At upper margin two small pinholes, a few weak creases, at the back side's upper and lower margin remains of old glue, neatly removed, not visible from the front side. At the back side's left corner a small old lable of the trading company „ H. Takemura & Co. 45 Bentendori Yokohama Japan“. On the whole very nice condition.

Ogura (Abe) No 53 (Fig.)