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Artist

Koho, Shoda

Condition

(A+) Excellent Condition

Publisher

Nishinomiya

Date

1910s-1930s

Movement

Shin-hanga

Size

Oban (10"x15")

Subjects

Boats, Bridge, Landscape, People, Rain, River

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Shoda Koho – Bridge in Rainy Season

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A porter carries a lady by boat on a rain day; they pass below a bridge where people are going about their business.

Description

A rare oban (10"x15") landscape by Shoda Koho, most known for his contributions to Hasegawa's Night Scenes series.

The Woodblock Print

This woodblock print is in as close to pristine condition as we've seen. Rich color with no discoloration anywhere. Darkened paper chosen to create additional mood. Full margins. Crisp details. Looks to never have been framed as there is no residue on the verso.

About the Artist

Koho Shoda (ca. 1871-1946) was a Japanese artist associated with the shin-hanga (“New Prints”) art movement in Japan during the early 20th century. This movement was influenced by European Impressionism and its imagery focused on landscapes, women, and nature.

Shoda Koho – Bridge in Rainy Season

A porter carries a lady by boat on a rain day; they pass below a bridge where people are going about their business.

$500.00

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Additional information

Artist

Koho, Shoda

Condition

(A+) Excellent Condition

Publisher

Nishinomiya

Date

1910s-1930s

Movement

Shin-hanga

Size

Oban (10"x15")

Subjects

Boats, Bridge, Landscape, People, Rain, River

Description

A rare oban (10"x15") landscape by Shoda Koho, most known for his contributions to Hasegawa's Night Scenes series.

The Woodblock Print

This woodblock print is in as close to pristine condition as we've seen. Rich color with no discoloration anywhere. Darkened paper chosen to create additional mood. Full margins. Crisp details. Looks to never have been framed as there is no residue on the verso.

About the Artist

Koho Shoda (ca. 1871-1946) was a Japanese artist associated with the shin-hanga (“New Prints”) art movement in Japan during the early 20th century. This movement was influenced by European Impressionism and its imagery focused on landscapes, women, and nature.

In stock

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