Very good condition, see description
Complete set of three volumes of Toba-e caricatures by Hasegawa Mitsunobu 長谷川光信 (1724-54) (Edo reprint) - "Keeping Time with the Brush" - Japan - ca. 1825
With 40 woodcut prints, including 38 diptychs
Very rare !!!
25.8 x 18 cm.
First and last page with a few dam stains. The woodblocks in very good condition.
Hasegawa Mitsunobu長谷川光信: Ukiyoe printmaker in Osaka. Probably pupil of Nishikawa Sukenobu. Specialized in prints of children and warriors. Most of his known work issued in albums.
Toba-e (鳥羽絵) is a style of Japanese painting based on works from the 12th century that are attributed to Toba Sōjō. These “Toba-style” images were caricatures sometimes involving animals performing human tasks. Toba-e style images gained popularity as a commercial medium in mid-eighteenth century Edo. Though their popularity did not stay strong, Toba-e images have left a lasting impact through today, particularly in manga.
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