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Fisherman and Woodcutter - 漁樵問答図
by Shotei, Takahashi (1871-1945) - 高橋松亭
|Artist:||Shotei, Takahashi (1871-1945) - 高橋松亭|
|Title:||Fisherman and Woodcutter - 漁樵問答図 (1)|
|Date:||1912 summer (this artwork: First edition)|
|Medium:||Scroll/Makuri roll - 掛軸ーまくり|
|Format:||Long scroll - 掛軸, 52 x 184cm|
|Notes:||Painted area size: 41 x 110cm. Signature 'Shotei' at upper right. The four kanji characters beside the artist's seal read 'Mizunoene matsubi', which signifies that it was drawn in the summer of 1912. Mizunoene is a Chinese-style year dating with 60 different combinations of so-called 'Eto'. Based on the scroll make, style, and wear, etc., it was most probably drawn in 1912, not in 1972 nor in 1852.
(1) This artwork is either untitled or the title is unknown.
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