THREE JAPANESE SURIMONO (PRIVATELY PRINTED WOODBLOCK PRINTS), 19TH CENTURY
comprising: a chuban print depicting a Genso Kotei (emperor) next to his desk with books, dreaming, signed Gakutei (Yashima Gakutei); a medium-size surimono print depicting Kintaro fighting a giant carp with his sword, signed Hokkei (Totoya Hokkei); and a chuban print with an incense burner with a textile and embossed cherry blossoms, with a poem Seiyoken Baise, signed Hokusho Joren. Individually framed. 3 pieces.
sight of largest 8 1/8 x 14 in.; 20.6 x 35.6 cm