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Lot 543: TWO HASHIRA-E PRINTS. 18th Century. The first by Isoda Koryusai, a parody of the most famous scene from the kabuki play Chushingura depicting a man unrolling a long letter whilst another man hiding under the floor reading the end of the letter; the second by Katsukawa Shun’ei, depicting a young man helping a girl climb up a tree so that she can retrieve a letter from a monkey, 71 x 15cm / 69.5 x 13 cm with frames. (2) ???????????

Asian Art

by Chiswick Auctions

14 November 2016

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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Description: TWO HASHIRA-E PRINTS. 18th Century. The first by Isoda Koryusai, a parody of the most famous scene from the kabuki play Chushingura depicting a man unrolling a long letter whilst another man hiding under the floor reading the end of the letter; the second by Katsukawa Shun’ei, depicting a young man helping a girl climb up a tree so that she can retrieve a letter from a monkey, 71 x 15cm / 69.5 x 13 cm with frames. (2) ???????????

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