Nishizawa Tekiho Hina Dolls Woodblock Print
An early 20th century woodblock print by Tekiho depicting the Royal Household in Kyoto.
Nishizawa Tekiho (1889 – 1965)
Tekiho studied under Araki Kanpo (1831-1915) as well as his son Araki Jippo (1872-1944). The father and son specialized in bird and flower paintings.
He was most famous for his charming paintings of traditional dolls and, following in his adoptive father’s footsteps, he became a serious collector and scholar of dolls.
In good overall condition with minor foxing and toning given the age of the print.
Dimensions of sheet are approximately 40 cm wide and 30 cm high.
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|Dimensions||41.5 × 30.5 cm|
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