Photo, Print, Drawing [ Japanese musician, seated, playing shakuhachi flute]
About this Item
- [ Japanese musician, seated, playing shakuhachi flute]
- Contributor Names
- Kuniyoshi, Utagawa -- 1797-1861 (artist)
- Subject Headings
- - Musician - Single player
- - Japanese print
- - Japanese (artist nationality)
- - painter, designer of wood block prints, and illustrator (artist role)
- - Verso: (in pencil) u. l.: Spaeth - Munich / Aug. 1930 / Mks. 12. - = $3.00; l. l.: C575/551 [and] 004215.20 (upside down) (inscription)
- - Color wood block print. (medium)
- - There are four pairs of small holes along the left edge, probably original to the print, which may have been secured in an album with silk cords. Upper and lower right corners crimped; lower right corner may have been trimmed slightly. (condition)
- - Jacob Spaeth, Kunst- und Antiquitäten- Handlung, Munich, 26 Aug. 1930. (provenance)
- - Shakuhachi (instrument)
- - 19th century (century)
- - Japanese and Chinese (miller category)
- 14 1/2 x 9 7/8 inches (36.8 x 25.2 cm.)
- Music Division, Library of Congress
- Online Format
- Artwork. 14 1/2 x 9 7/8 inches (36.8 x 25.2 cm.) | Japanese (Artist Nationality). painter, designer of wood block prints, and illustrator (Artist Role). Verso: (in pencil) u. l.: Spaeth - Munich / Aug. 1930 / Mks. 12. - = $3.00; l. l.: C575/551 [and] 004215.20 (upside down) (Inscription). Color wood block print. (Medium). There are four pairs of small holes along the left edge, probably original to the print, which may have been secured in an album with silk cords. Upper and lower right corners crimped; lower right corner may have been trimmed slightly. (Condition). Jacob Spaeth, Kunst- und Antiquitäten- Handlung, Munich, 26 Aug. 1930. (Provenance). Shakuhachi (Instrument). 19th century (Century). Japanese and Chinese (Miller Category).
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