FOURTEEN JAPANESE PAINTINGS AND PRINTS, VARIOUS ARTISTS, 18TH / 19TH CENTURY
comprising: a small color print of a boat in the Sumida River by Utagawa Hiroshige; a tanzaku of a diving cormorant by Utagawa Hiroshige; a print of a seabream and an abalone signed Hiroshige hitsu (Utagawa Hiroshige); a book page of a fisherman beside a river by Katsushika Hokusai; a painting on paper of an oni ('demon') mask, unsigned; two paintings on silk of warriors and a sage from Kanso no Tomo (‘Daydream’s Companion’), unsigned; a print of a flower arrangement, signed Eizan ga (Kikugawa Eizan); a pair of prints of birds, signed Kitao Shigemasa and Tenmoku sanjin; a print of loquat bonsai arrangements by Kitagawa Utamaro; a print of a bonsai held aloft by a monkey, signed Utamaro hitsu (Kitagawa Utamaro II); a print of a bonsai floating above a turtle, singed Utamaro hitsu (Kitagawa Utamaro II); a print of a gamboling shishi ('lion') biting a peony by Kitagawa Utamaro II, signed. 14 pieces.
sight of largest 13 x 9 in.; 33 x 22.8 cm