Hasui, Kawase (1883 - 1957), "Snow at Tosho Shrine, Ueno"
|Title||Snow at Tosho Shrine, Ueno|
|Medium||Original Japanese Woodblock Print|
|Edition||1930's Kawaguchi Edition|
|Reference No||Hotei #183|
|Size||15 -1/4 x 8 -1/2 "|
Notes: A 1930's unnumbered state that was published solely by Kawaguchi. A more affordable option then a numbered state; created from the original blocks. Kawaguchi publishers seal in lower right margin. Carver and printer seals in lower left margin.
Hasui's collaboration with publishers other than Watanabe such as Sakai and Kawaguchi occured from 1929 to 1932. It has often been speculated that the principal reason for Hasui's association with other publishers seem to have been economic. At this time, Hasui was building a new house in Magome and the extra expenses incurred him to look for additional income". - The New Wave; pg. 146