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Item 74776 - Daikoku and Ebisu - Seven Lucky Gods Surimono
The god of fortune Daikoku with a large sack. The god of luck Ebisu with his fishing rod. Various lucky symbols were depicted on the background. Left: Meiji copy surimono. Right: Re-cut and printed by David Bull in 2002.
Meiji copy surimono were made mainly for exports. Some of them were elaborately made with metallic pigments and embossing. For many of them, their originals no longer exist.
Item 74776 - Hokkei Totoya 1780-1850
Item 74776 - Daikoku and Ebisu - Seven Lucky Gods Surimono - by Hokkei Totoya 1780-1850
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Daikoku and Ebisu - Seven Lucky Gods Surimono


1 x Meiji copy Surimono. 1 x Re-cut by David Bull.


The god of fortune Daikoku with a large sack. The god of luck Ebisu with his fishing rod. Various lucky symbols were depicted on the background. Left: Meiji copy surimono. Right: Re-cut and printed by David Bull in 2002.
Meiji copy surimono were made mainly for exports. Some of them were elaborately made with metallic pigments and embossing. For many of them, their originals no longer exist.

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Hokkei Totoyacamera_rollbrush


1780-1850


Hokkei was originally a fishmonger. He learned the craft of printmaking as a pupil of Katsushika Hokusai and was considered to be one of his best followers. His work consists of many illustrations and surimono (privately commissioned prints for such occasions like New Year's greetings for friends and relatives).

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Measures & Condition


7.1 inches = 18.1 cm


8.3 inches = 21.1 cm


Excellent ... Left: Embossed.


(Left) Very good. (Right) Excellent ... Silver and copper colored metallic pigments.


(Left) Very good ... Slightly toned. (Right) Very good ... Lower right corner area is missing.

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Originally in Edo era. (Left) published probably in early 1890s. (Right) 2002.


Woodblock print


Kaku-Surimono


Totoya Hokkei - 1780-1850.camera_rollbrush

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