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Visiting the Kinryusan Temple

Size: 27.0cm by 20.5cm (10.63 in by 8.07 in) | Enlargement | Shipping Code: [L] ?

Designer: Torii Kiyonaga

Era: Post-war | Currency: $ / £ /

Price: ¥ 8,000$ 62.00£ 55.25€ 63.25 [Item has been sold]

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Description: It depicts a man with a boy and a geisha visiting the Kinryusan Temple in Asakusa. This print belongs to the series "Asakusa Kinryuzan Eight Views" which is thought to be published around 1782 which means before the Kiyonaga style reached its peak in 1784-85. During this period, it was still rare for him to paint landscapes in the background of the portraits mentioned above, and we can see signs of his new departure in the landscapes of the Sumida River drawn with free brush strokes.

This print This is a reprint edition published by Adachi probably in the post-war period.

The right edge of this print has slight creases.

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