Eiichi Kotozuka A Farmhouse On Boys Day

Kotozuka’s depiction of a farm house on Boys Day in May titled “Spring Breeze in Kyoto”.  Carp shaped kites also called koinobori are blowing in the wind.  They are traditional decorations used for the annual boys day celebrations each May.

Engraved and Printed by Uchida Woodblock Printing Company in the 1950s.

The print has the signature and seal of the Kotozuka as well as the seal of Uchida.  In very good condition with some toning which can be seen in the images.

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Eiichi Kotozuka A Farmhouse On Boys Day

Kotozuka’s depiction of a farm house on Boys Day in May titled “Spring Breeze in Kyoto”.  Carp shaped kites also called koinobori are blowing in the wind.  They are traditional decorations used for the annual boys day celebrations each May.

Engraved and Printed by Uchida Woodblock Printing Company in the 1950s.

The print has the signature and seal of the Kotozuka as well as the seal of Uchida.  In very good condition with some toning which can be seen in the images.

Approximate Print Dimensions are 39.5 cm height and 27 cm width.

Approximate Sheet dimensions are 44.5 cm height and 30 cm width.

Shipping is via Australia Post and includes tracking.

Eiichi_Kotozuka 1906 – 1979

Kotozuka studied at the Kyoto Specialist School of Painting. He was one of four artists who co-founded a co-op publishing house called Koryokusha in the 1940s.  The other three artists were  Tokuriki, Tobei and Tosobura.

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