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Dutch Woman Holding a Dog by Edo era artist (unsigned)

Item Number: 932618

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Item Category: Fine Woodblock Reprints
Item Number: 932618
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Dutch Woman Holding a Dog by Edo era artist (unsigned)

Japanese Woodblock Reprint
Dutch Woman Holding a Dog

Nagasaki Woodblocks - During the Edo era, foreign trade with Japan was restricted to the port of Nagasaki. Prints of exotic foreigners and ships relating to Nagasaki are known as Nagasaki-e or Nagasaki woodblock prints, and were likely produced as souvenirs for travelers. According to the Printing Museum in Tokyo, Nagasaki prints were primarily produced between 1780 and 1830, although some were published up until the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate. This wonderful group of reprints offers an intriguing look at the foreign merchants and traders doing business with Japan during this time period. Subjects include Dutch, Chinese, Russian, French, British, and American men and women, ships, the domestic life of foreigners living in Nagasaki, and even exotic animals. These images are printed on tan paper to simulate an aged appearance. A rarely seen reprint series and an interesting genre of Japanese woodblock prints.

Artist - Edo era artist (unsigned)
Image Size - 17 3/8" x 7 3/8"
Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Please see photos for details. Nice overall.

Dutch Woman Holding a Dog by Edo era artist (unsigned)

Dutch Woman Holding a Dog by Edo era artist (unsigned)

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