GYOTAKU 1938

 

 

GYOTAKU 1938 (Dealer: hotoke) – Gyotaku (Fish rubbing) as a traditional art form of Japanese fishermen which was originated to be started by samurai warrior in the Edo period, 19th century, and have been believed to have such the common discipline and spirituality of bushido (samurai’s chivalry)… Here is rare old set of seven chinu (black porgy) gyotaku on four pieces of washi paper, with the original signs of “Nov. 19 (and Dec. 2), Showa 13 (1938), at Nokonoshima Island (in Fukuoka)”. Some expected damage due to age as seen. Largest: approx. 92 x 28cm (36.22 x 11.02in)

 

 

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#08149

 

 

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