This TakahashiShotei woodblock print is in mitsugiri format, measuring 15" high by 6.75" wide. According to the Shotei.com website, this print was published by Watanabe in 1936, and is listed as M26, or #225 in the Watanabe catalog from the 1930s. This woodblock print depicts a Daikon (Radishes) vendor and a woman at the entrance gate to Inari Shrine in Oji. It is sealed with Shotei's 'L' seal in the lower left of the print. The colors are superb on this fairly scarce print. This print is in very good condition with generalized toning, and just faint marks on the top verso from its original mat tipping. P9522
Takahashi Shôtei (1871-1945) Inari Shrine at Oji, Peddler (Daikon Vendor) and Wo
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