Isoda Koryusai (1764-1788) Japanese Woodblock Print 'Toyoharu of the Chôjiya, Kamuro Tasoya and Takino', from the series 'Models for Fashion: New Year Designs as Fresh as Young Leaves ', Published 1778-80. This individual print hails from the Folio 'MASTERPIECES Of The Japanese Woodblock Print', a Folio, which included 36 tipped-in colour woodblock prints after Isoda Koryusai, Ando Hiroshige, Watanabe Shotei, Tosa Mitsuoki, & others, all original woodblock prints, c1900. This print by Isoda Koryusai depicts three Beauties dressed in their 'Sunday Best' wearing interesting black hats, with a black hat box in the foreground. It does not have Koryusai's cipher, presumably because this print was in a portfolio, along with other prints. It is Aiban size, unframed, 12" high by x 7.75" wide. It has awesome color on thick paper, and it is in great original condition. The right edge shows some stray paper, which is from being tipped in the portfolio, no damage to the print. P3015
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