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Two framed black and white mid 20th century modern contemporary Japanese woodblocks on rice paper signed in chop block.

These two wonderful framed mid 20th century Japanese black and white woodblock prints on rice paper are in fantastic condition.
With the original receipt dated December 14 1956 and purchased from Odawara Shoten Inc. - Dealers in Oriental Objets D'Art - Imperial Hotel Arcade in Tokyo.
Both prints are in matching frames and signed in chop block.
Measurements of each are framed are 9.75 inches height x 7.75 inches width.
Unframed 6.75 inches height x 4.75 inches width.
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Two framed black and white mid 20th century modern contemporary Japanese woodblocks on rice paper signed in chop block.

Two framed black and white mid 20th century modern contemporary Japanese woodblocks on rice paper signed in chop block.

Two framed black and white mid 20th century modern contemporary Japanese woodblocks on rice paper signed in chop block.

Two framed black and white mid 20th century modern contemporary Japanese woodblocks on rice paper signed in chop block.

Two framed black and white mid 20th century modern contemporary Japanese woodblocks on rice paper signed in chop block.

Two framed black and white mid 20th century modern contemporary Japanese woodblocks on rice paper signed in chop block.

Two framed black and white mid 20th century modern contemporary Japanese woodblocks on rice paper signed in chop block.

Two framed black and white mid 20th century modern contemporary Japanese woodblocks on rice paper signed in chop block.

Two framed black and white mid 20th century modern contemporary Japanese woodblocks on rice paper signed in chop block.

$85

 

 

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