Item # 10013 - Bushu Senju - 36 Views of Mt.Fuji - Sold for $1,000 - 10/10/2004
"Fugaku Sanju-rokkei" (Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji) A man with a horse and two fishermen are marvelling at Mt. Fuji at Senji in Bushu.The artelino archive offers a database of more than 50,000 sold Japanese prints with detailed descriptions, large images and results. artelino clients with an active purchase history and authorized consignors of artelino have full access to our archive. Read the archive guide and test a trial version.
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