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Artist

Koho, Shoda

Condition

(B) Good Condition

Date

1910s-1930s

Movement

Shin-hanga

Size

Mitsugiri (5"x10")

Subjects

Landscape, People

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Shoda Koho – Mountain Hikers

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Description

An unsigned small pillar, attributed to Shoda Koho, depicting three hikers hiking up a mountain. Koho created a number of pieces in this size and style, and this one is commonly attributed to him based on those factors. It is, however, quite a rare find.

The Woodblock Print

While we've listed this print as a mitsugiri size, it's actually 3.5" x 8", which would be a half-kakuban. The print is in good condition, with no toning or discolorations to the print, while being a small and lovely composition. At the same time, there are flaws to the paper from where it was tipped, leaving a thinned area above the mountaintop. A beautiful, quiet, and pensive piece of work.

About the Artist

Shoda Koho (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 – Mountain Hikers

$300.00

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Additional information

Artist

Koho, Shoda

Condition

(B) Good Condition

Date

1910s-1930s

Movement

Shin-hanga

Size

Mitsugiri (5"x10")

Subjects

Landscape, People

Description

An unsigned small pillar, attributed to Shoda Koho, depicting three hikers hiking up a mountain. Koho created a number of pieces in this size and style, and this one is commonly attributed to him based on those factors. It is, however, quite a rare find.

The Woodblock Print

While we've listed this print as a mitsugiri size, it's actually 3.5" x 8", which would be a half-kakuban. The print is in good condition, with no toning or discolorations to the print, while being a small and lovely composition. At the same time, there are flaws to the paper from where it was tipped, leaving a thinned area above the mountaintop. A beautiful, quiet, and pensive piece of work.

About the Artist

Shoda Koho (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.

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