Keishu Takeuchi 1861-1942 - Hagoita
Keishu Takeuchi, 1861-1942
||Keishu Takeuchi was a student of the great Meiji ukiyo-e artist Yoshitoshi Tsukioka. Typical for the period of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Keishu Takeuchi worked as an illustrator making mainly kuchi-e - frontispiece illustrations for magazines and novels.|
|Biography of Takeuchi Keishu
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||Keishu Takeuchi 1861-1942|
||Book illustration (kuchi-e) from Bungei Kurabu "Hago" Vol.8 No.1, a very popular literary magazine in Japan. A lady with a "hagoita" (Japanese style badminton racket made of wood) in New Year's holiday.|
||Ca. 1900 -1910's.|
||Very good ... Shomen-zuri patterns on the hair.|
||Very good ... Lightly toned. Two vertical folds as usual for kuchi-e. Slight foxing and discolorations on the left. Two sections of the Edges are folded.|
||11.9 inches = 30.3 cm|
||8.9 inches = 22.5 cm|
||Small and medium-sized prints (90% of all Japanese prints)..
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