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Golden Night Devil - 金色夜叉
by Various artists
|Title:||Golden Night Devil - 金色夜叉|
|Date:||1915 (this artwork: 1922)|
|Publisher:||Shunyodo - 春陽堂|
|Medium:||Woodblock - 木版画|
|Format:||Kuchi-e - 口絵, 8.3 x 15.8cm (sheet size)|
|Condition:||The prints are in mostly fine condition. The novel covers and slip case are in surprisingly good condition with some soiling and toning commensurate with their age (almost no damage).|
|Notes:||This set of rare kuchi-e are from the novel "Konjiki Yasha" (Golden Night Devil, or Demon Gold) by the writer Ozaki Koyo. It was first published by Shunyodo in 1915, and it included a total of eight kuchi-e prints by many of the period's most respected bijin-ga artists such as Hashiguchi Goyo (the character Aiko), Hirezaki Eiho, Ikeda Shoen, Kaburagi Kiyokata (actually, machine print, not woodblock), Natori Shunsen (the character Kamata), Nakazawa Hiromitsu, Yamanaka Kodo (the character Miyayama), and Igawa Sengai (the character, Hayama Motosuke). There were several editions of this novel published.
The most sought-after prints from this novel are two of the woodblock prints by Goyo and Eiho. Goyo made only handful of kuchi-e in his short but illustrious art career.
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