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|Title:||CHARLES W. BARTLETT WOODBLOCK PRINT|
|Size:||9.00" x 14.00"|
Woodblock print in color in the Japanese mode. Title: Iwabuchi, 1916. Artist: Charles W. Bartlett, signed in pencil lower left and w/ his customary monogram CWB. Bartlett was one of the first foreign artists to live in Japan and work in this traditional Japanese medium. He was greatly influenced by Hiroshige as can be seen from htis example. He did several series of prints in the style of Hiroshige's stages of the various principal highways in Japan but avoided choosing the same villages or scenic places. Iwabuchi is a coastal village in Suruga-ken and noted for its view of Fuji-san. Condition: Very good, slight foxing.
Dimensions: 9" high x 14" wide.
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