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1923 Hishikawa Moronobu Ukiyo-e Interior Scene Japanese Art Hand Colored Print

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•Title: Moronobu (1638-1714). - Scene D Interieur  (plate#01)
•Year: 1923
•Size (inches): 6.8 x 8.8

•Size (cm): 17.5 x 22
•Provenance:  Documents D'Art, Musee Du Louvre, L'Estampe Japonaise, Par Gaston Migeon
•Verso:  No printing
  Editions Albert Morance

      We are pleased to be offering you this 92 year old French hand colored collotype plate of Japanese art, an "Interior Scene" by
Hishikawa Moronobu It comes from a collection of book style tipped-in plates published on heavy stock paper by the famous French art publisher Albert Morance in 1926. Morance's publishing house specialized in fine arts and architecture, he founded the "Albert Morancé Editions" whose collections include this one, "Documents D'Art, Musee Du Louvre, L'Estampe Japonaise, XVII et XVIII Siccles" (Japanese Prints, XVII & XVIII centuries), it was published in cooperation with Gaston Migeon, the director of The Louvre Museum at that time.

This beautiful print is in very good condition, please examine the images closely before making a purchase.

Hishikawa Moronobu (1618 – 25 July 1694) was a Japanese artist known for popularizing the ukiyo-e genre of woodblock prints and paintings in the late 17th century. Moronobu was the son of a well-respected dyer and a gold and silver-thread brocade artisan in the village of Hodamura, Awa Province, near Edo Bay in present-day Kyonan, Chiba Prefecture. After moving to Edo, Moronobu, who had learned his father's craft, studied both Tosa and Kanō-style painting. He thus had a solid grounding in both decorative crafts and academic painting, which served him well when he then turned to ukiyo-e, which he studied with his mentor, the Kanbun Master.

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