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Kokkan Odake 1880-1945 - Tooth Brush - Winter Morning

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Kokkan Odake 1880-1945 - Tooth Brush - Winter Morning
Tooth Brush - Winter Morning
by Kokkan Odake 1880-1945

Kokkan Odake, 1880-1945      Collected by Robert O.Muller

Kokkan Odake was born in Niigata, Japan. He studied with Tomoto Kobori, another artist who worked in the field of kuchi-e. Kokkan Odake exibited at official art shows like the publicly sponsored Bunten exhibitions. He designed a variety of kuchi-e for magazines like "Bungei kurabu". His kuchi-e prints were collected by Robert O. Muller.   For feedback contact us.

Item # Bidder Bid in USD Winning Bid? Date Time
60303 tomasina USD150 yes Friday, April 18, 2014 5:08:39 AM

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High Bidder tomasina
Title Tooth Brush - Winter Morning
Artist Kokkan Odake 1880-1945 11 sold items for Kokkan Odake in our archive. View short biography of Kokkan Odake. Google for Kokkan Odake. Search BING for Kokkan Odake.
Description From Bungei Kurabu Vol.17, no. 16, "Fuyu no Asa" (Winter Morning). A girl is cleaning her teeth in the morning.
Kuchi-e (frontispiece illustration) was made for the popular literary magazines largely aimed at the female readers in Meiji-Taisho era. They were published by newly established publishers such as Bungei Kurabu, Shunyodo and Suzando. These publishing companies; among which Chuo-koronsha, Kodansha, Shinchosha still exist; published not only literary subjects but also many different everyday subjects such as cooking, sewing and hobbies as monthly publications.
Signature Kokkan.
Seal Artist's seal.
Dated 1911.
Publisher Bungei Kurabu.
Medium/Technique Woodblock print.
Impression Excellent - Very good.
Colors Very good.
Condition Very good ... Slight creases. Slightly soiled. Slight red ink stains on the right - middle background. Two horizontal folds usual for kuchi-e.
Width Item 8.8 inches = 22.3 cm
Height Item 11.9 inches = 30.3 cm
Related Article Kuchi-e
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