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Shin Hanga - Hasui - Shinsui

Beautiful Shin Hanga - Revitalization of Ukiyo-e. (The Robert Muller Collection)


(Exhibition Catalog, Edo Tokyo Museum of Art., 2009).
 よみがえる浮世絵 : うるわしき大正新版画展
Yomigaeru ukiyoe : Uruwashiki taishō shin hanga ten


Ito Shinsu frontcover; Robert Muller Catalog: Ito Shinsui, Kawase Hasui, Hiroshi Yoshida et al.
Robert Muller Catalog Frontcover by Ito Shinsui
Softcover: 277 pp., profusely illustrated in colour with prints from the Robert Muller Collection and other sources, text in Japanese, image captions in Japanese and English, English essays and list of plates, about 315 colour illustrations and some B&W text figures, 30 cm.

Publisher: Asahi Shimbun & Tokyo Metropolitan Edo-Tokyo Museum, Tokyo, 2009.

ISBN (10) 4924965685 ISBN (12) 9784924965683




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Essays (in Japanese and English):
James Ulak - Robert O. Muller: The Practical Romantic.
Koyama Shuko - The Birth and Development of Shin-hanga, Focusing on the Activities of the publisher Watanabe Shozaburo.
Includes bibliographical references, valuable for the collector, researcher or institution trying to build a library on shin-hanga (p. 258-259).

A very fine catalog of the Robert Muller collection of Shin Hanga prints with much documentary material on the printing and the process of creating Shinhanga. Strong on Shinsui, Yoshida and Hasui prints.

  • An essential reference source for the "Shin hanga" collector as well as the general Japanese print collector.
Some of the artists mentioned in the catalog are:
  • Hashiguchi Goyo 1880-1921
  • Hirano Hakuho 1879-1957
  • Ishikawa Toraji 1875-1964
  • Ishiwata Koitsu 1897-1987
  • Ito Shinsui 1898-1972
  • Ito Sozan 1884-?.
  • Ito Takashi 1894-1982
  • Kasamatsu Shiro 1898-1992
  • Kawase Hasui 1883-1957
  • Kitano Tsunetomi 1880-1947
  • Kobayakawa Kiyoshi 1897-1948
  • Miki Suizan 1887-1957
  • Natori Shunsen 1886-1960
  • Oda Kazuma 1881-1956
  • Ohara Koson 1877-1945
  • Ota Masamitsu 1892-1975
  • Shima Seien 1892-1970.
  • Takahashi Hiroaki 1871-1945, (Shotei Takahashi)
  • Torii Kotondo 1900-1976
  • Tsuchiya Koitsu 1870-1949
  • Yamakawa Shuho 1898-1944
  • Yamamura Toyonari 1885-1942
  • Yoshida Hiroshi 1876-1950
  • Yoshikawa Kanpo 1894-1979
  • Charles W. Bartlett 1860-1940 (Charles Bartlett)
  • Cyrus Baldridge 1889-1975
  • Peter (Pieter) Irwin Brown 1903-1988
  • Helen Hyde 1868-1919
  • Elizabeth Keith 1887-1956
  • Fritz Capelari 1884-1950
  • Bertha Lum 1869-1954
  • Lilian May Miller 1895-1943
  • Paul Jacoulet 1902-1960
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Hashiguchi Goyo Print Exhibition

Hashiguchi Goyo, 130 Years Birth Memorial Exhibition (Exhibition catalog from Chiba Museum)

(Exhibition catalog from Chiba Museum, 2011)

Goyo, Hashiguchi Goyo

Author: Iwakiri, Shinichiro
Publisher: Tokyo Shimbun, Tokyo, 2011
Softcover: 211 pages. 418 colour illustrations, 40-50 small b/w text figures.
Only Japanese text.

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Shows many previously unpublished works by Hashiguchi Goyo. Including the recently rediscovered masterpiece "Haguromo". A "must buy" for the collector of art work from this period. Gives a good visual insight into many different areas of art and design in the first decades of 20th century Japan.

Hashiguchi Goyo(橋口 五葉, December 21, 1880 - February 24, 1921) collaborated very closely with Sugiura Hisui(杉浦 非水 May 15, 1876 - August 18, 1965)  when they both were working as designer for Mitsukoshi Department Store (Gofukuten). Sugiura was arguably the foremost graphical designer of the very late Meiji period and the Taisho period. During Goyo's and Sugiura's joint tenure at Mitsukoshi, Sugiura was  Mitsukoshi's head-designer, Goyo's work is profuse but more sporadic then Sugiura's . Goyo's and Hisui's styles blended so closely that on most unsigned works it is almost impossible to say which one did the design.

Goyo's cooperation with the author Natsume Soseki(夏目 漱石, February 9, 1867 – December 9, 1916) is carefully examined.

The present catalog gives ample opportunities to make an appraisal of Goyo's entire body of work. The value of the catalog is in the huge amount of illustrations of never before published works and in this respect it's a big improvement on Iwakiri's previous Goyo Exhibition catalogue (1995).

A must have for the Shin hanga collector.

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Shin Hanga - Taisho period - Yumeji


Shin Hanga and Japanese Prints during the Taisho Period (Yumeji et al.)

The World of Taisho Images - Modern Design and Illustration

(Exhibition catalog and book, Shoto Museum)

大正イマジュリィの世界―デザインとイラストレーションのモダーンズ
(Taishō imajurii no sekai : Dezain to irasutorēshon no modānzu)



Taisho Takehisa Yumeji Japanese Print
Exhibition Catalog - Taisho Period design and illustrations
Author: Toshiyuki Yamada; Tomoko Taniguchi; Noriaki Seo
山田俊幸,谷口朋子,瀬尾典昭,竹内貴久雄,辺見海編 ; 山田俊幸監修 山田, 俊幸, 谷口, 朋子, 瀬尾, 典昭
Softcover: 192 pages, maybe 600-700 color illustrations.
Publisher: Piebukkusu (PIE Books) (2010/11/19), Tokyo
ISBN 978-4-89444-868-1

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A fine overview of the pictorial graphical design, illustrations, prints, postcards and stationery items published in the Taisho period.

Artists mentioned in this catalog includes; Sugiura Hisui, Takabatake Kasho, Takahashi Haruka, Fukiya Koji, Hashiguchi Goyo, Maeda Masao, Kobayashi Kaichi, Takehisa Yumeji, Tachibana Sayume, Okamoto Kiichi, Koga Harue, Fujishima Takeji, Sakamoto Hanjiro, Tomimoto Kenkichi et alia. Many them of given their own short essay plus 5-20 representative works.

Several different areas of graphical design and fine art prints are not covered in this publication, for example, fan prints, both "fine art" fans as well as promotional, scant on advertisements, posters and similar.

There are also some glaring omissions among the artists of the period, for example, Takeuchi Seiho, and many different Nihonga artist which also worked with graphical design, as well as many artists associated with the Sosaku hanga and Shin hanga movements.

However this catalog is so far the best overview of the subject, it should be in the library of any body interested in the art of this period.  

Highly recommended!

Prints by;
  • Kawase  Hasui
  • Ito Shinsui
  • Takehisa Yumeji
  • Fujishima Takeji
  • Hashiguchi Goyo
  • Sugiura  Hisui
  • Sakamoto Hanjiro
  • Tomimoto Kenkichi
  • Takabatake Kasho
  • Hirokawa Matsugoro
  • Kishida Ryusei
  • Tachibana Sayume
  • Koga Harue
  • Kobayashi Kaichi
  • Fukiya Koji
  • Maeda Masao
  • Takenaka Etaro
  • Saito Keizo
  • Okamoto Kiichi
  • Takahashi Haruka
and a multitude of other important and less important artists of the period.

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Japanese Print Appraisal - Value


Values of Japanese Prints in an Appraisal - Different values for the same print?!


Appraising and valuation of Japanese prints, Japanese art and Oriental art

Different values for the same item!?

How do you know which one is the right one for your purpose?
What do the different appraisal values mean?
I would like to show you the 5 most common value types in appraising Japanese prints, paintings and illustrated books.


  • Retail Replacement Value (RRV) (or Insurance Replacement Value). If you want to buy a replacement for a lost item or a collection in a short time, you will go to a high-end Japanese print dealer. The price you pay is the Retail Value, this should get you a high-quality item with full guarantees of authenticity and condition. Replacement Value is normally used for insurance evaluations. High value prints or collection; it is very difficult to assess the RRV in a high value Japanese print appraisal, it usually needs the appraiser to work with a very experienced International Japanese print dealer, or having the collection appraised by a highly experienced specialist dealer/appraiser. Usually, RRV and FMV are very close or identical to comparable high-quality items.
  • Fair Market Value (FMV) is what a buyer would be willing to pay in a public and carefully cataloged Japanese print auction or in the open market, where both the parties have the full information about the market and the item traded. Fair Market Value is usually used in income and estate tax valuations. The FMV is described and defined in length for example by the US - IRS in various rules and regulations, as also other National Tax Services in various jurisdictions does. We have a fairly comprehensive knowledge about rules relating to taxable values in several of the main jurisdictions as well as common inheritance issues. In reading auction results many of the items are not in good condition, late printings or sometimes even fakes. This can't be discerned by the generalist appraiser who relies upon auction result lists. The specialist has his vast (hopefully) detailed experience and annotated auction catalogs, and therefore can make a much better call.
  • Marketable Cash Value (MCV) The Marketable Cash Value is the money you would receive after deducting the sales cost from the Fair Market Value (FMV) selling your woodblock prints in well published and attended auction. Typically the sales cost are as follows Hammer Commission (20-25%), Sellers Commission (15-30%) and various costs (insurance, illustration, printing, cataloging, storage, transport, packing and similar). Typically the auction house keeps about 35-45% of the total selling price, but sometimes the total cost can come to well over 50% of the FMV.
  • Liquidation Value is the value (price) of an item sold on short notice and with limited market reach. This type of sale is usually conducted on behalf of credit institutions, banks or owners who need to raise cash fairly quickly. The liquidation value (price) is usually lower than the above values.
  • Salvage Value is the expected price realized in a situation where both the seller and buyer have very limited market access and knowledge. Typically the item has been abandoned by the legal owner (for example an abandoned storage unit) or been lost and found without recovery by the rightful owner. This value I have just been asked to opinionate on once, I was the expert witness for the prosecution in a trial of a person accused of buying and trafficking in stolen property.
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    The "Free Japanese Print Appraisal" establish an approximate Marketable Cash Value (MCV) for woodblock prints based on your images or photos, please see "Japanese Print Appraisal" for further details and the email form for the "Free Appraisal". Please remember, the value based on an emailed image is none committing if we see the real print we can give you a correct value.

    Our "Advanced Appraisals" will give you the Retail Replacement Value (RRV) in the main report as well as Marketable Cash Value (MCV) and Fair Market Value (FMV) on a memo attached to the main report if so desired by the client. The appraisal cover sheet will have a detailed explanation about the general value of your collection, the PM will give a detailed analysis and explanation about the Marketable Cash Value (MCV) and Fair Market Value (FMV) as relevant to your collection and the items therein.

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    Anders Rikardson is a Certified Appraiser of Japanese Prints. He has been appraising Japanese prints - Chinese, Korean and Japanese paintings - Chinese, Korean and Japanese art and works of art on five continents. Rikardson started appraising Asian art in 1976 as a junior appraiser and became a Certified Appraiser of Oriental Art (including Japanese Prints) in 1982. He has written many articles about Chinese, Korean and Japanese art in Europe as well as Japan. In the early 1980s, Rikardson stopped his association with the SCC and started as an International Appraiser.
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    Kawase Hasui - Free appraisal, valuation and values of Hasui's woodblock prints and watercolour paintings

    Hasui - Woodblock Print and Watercolor. Preparatory watercolor for a Hasui print. Appraisal and the value of Hasui's prints.

    Hasui - A watercolor, a preliminary sketch for a Kawase Hasui woodblock print

    Kawase Hasui - An original watercolor. A preparatory watercolor for a woodblock print.

    Free Appraisal and Valuation of Hasui's Prints (get values and prices).

    Kawase Hasui (1883-1957)(川瀬 巴水) - Higashi Agano, Saitama. A tea plantation.

    Bushu (Saitama) Higashi Agano, watercolor, a preparatory work for woodblock print published 1941.
    See Kendall H. Brown - Kawase Hasui, The Complete Woodblock Prints, 2003, Amsterdam, Vol. 2, p. 521, pl. 456.
    Most of Hasui's prints seem to be based on atmospheric and beautiful watercolors. These were most probably done on location, however, this needs more research. There exist pencil drawings in sketchbooks, which seems to be preparatory sketches either for the watercolours and/or the prints; again it is very difficult to say if these are done on the actual location. The creative process of Hasui seems shrouded in mystery, and at the moment is mostly anecdotal in nature and very little is known by substantiated facts.
    There is a short movie (see below) of Hasui making a pencil and watercolor preparatory sketch for a print. Many of Hasui's watercolors seem to have been done within a year or two of the print, however, in some cases there seems to have been decades between the original work and the print version. Most often the preparatory work for a Japanese print was a line drawing. Hasui and most other Shinhanga artist used the "boneless" style of woodblock print so most likely most preparatory works were actual paintings.

    Hasui's watercolors are highly sought after and valued by both Japanese institutions and collectors as well as their Western counter parts.

    In the present watercolor Hasui uses an almost pointillistic technique in applying the watercolors. This is especially noticeable on the tea bushes were this watercolor technique helps to render depth and three dimensionalities as well depicting the foliage the tea bushes in a natural way.

    Medium: Watercolour on Japanese watercolour paper.
    Signed: Hasui, sealed Kawase.
    Condition: Fine color condition, unfaded. The paper is very slightly toned, a bit more towards the edges, especially on the extreme end of the deckle edges.
    Size: The present watercolour is done on a daioban-sized paper. 55.6 x 40.5 cm.
    Provenance: A private family of art collectors, Japan, acquired directly from Hasui.

    The original owner acquired this watercolour directly from Hasui. We bought the watercolour directly from a representative of the original "art collector family". Many of the "Hasui" watercolours on the market are "production" watercolors of a quality and lack of professional technique which makes us question to as if these are just very sloppy work by Hasui or even if they could have been executed by craftsmen in the woodcarving/printing workshop or some "student" of Hasui. The above watercolour is of superb technique and conception. Coupled with the direct acquisition from Hasui, rather than one of the publishers, it is a work with absolute certainty to be autograph by Hasui.
    Illustrated: This painting is shown in - Mitsuba Museum of Showa Women University, Exhibition of prints by Kawase Hasui, a landscape printmaker loved by the world. Tokyo, 1997
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    Movie: Hasui's woodblock print process

    A movie featuring Hasui preparing sketches for a woodblock print and the master-carver Maeda Kentaro carving the woodblocks.



    Click the four arrows full-screen symbol, in the lower right corner, after the movie starts, this will give you a full-screen window. Due to the bad quality of the movie, this is almost necessary. Press the esc key (escape) to get out of full-screen mode.
    There is no sound.

    The movie about Kawase Hasui has been supplied by the publisher Brill (under their Hotei brand), who published the complete catalog of Hasui's woodblock prints. The "complete" catalog is unfortunately not as complete as would be wished for, as many if not most of the rare/ very rare non-export designs are missing. However, this is to some extent understandable as many of the non-export prints are ephemeral and extremely rare.
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    We have a large selection of high quality early Hasui prints ("pre-earthquake"). Don't hesitate to contact us!

    The Value of Hasui's Prints in the Market

    Recently there are many "new" collectors and museums who are trying to buy Hasui's woodblock prints and watercolors. The prices of Hasui's best watercolours have become more expensive, also Hasui's best woodblock prints are experiencing a price rise. The value of Hasui's prints shows some movement upward after being depressed for more than a decade and a half.

    Kawase Hasui's Prints Value and Appraisal: see the below

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    Hashguchi Goyo - Print

    Hashiguchi Goyo (1880-1921)(橋口五葉) - Service information brochure "Japan to London and Antwerp"

    Hashiguchi Goyo. Bijin (Bijin - Beautiful woman or women). Art by Goyo Hashiguchi. © Copyright 1998-2014
    Hashiguchi Goyo - Service Brochure for the NYK line, 1913, lithograph, very scarce.

    Hashiguchi Goyo (1880-1921) (橋口五葉) (real name; Hashiguchi Kiyoshi) - Service information brochure "Japan to London and Antwerp"

    Service information brochure for the NYK Line route "Japan to London and Antwerp", published by NYK (Nippon Yusen Kaisha), Tokyo, 1913. The front cover by Hashiguchi Goyo: depicting, in an inset with two bijin (Bijin - Beautiful woman or women) under flowering sakura (cherry) in front of a pond, the background is wisteria blossoms.

    The brochure gives the names of agents for NYK (Nippon Yusen Kaisha) in different countries. Conditions of passage. Distances between ports of call. Deck plans and so on.

    The front cover by Hashiguchi Goyo. Lithographed by pen and brush. Probably lithographed by Goyo himself. The work is not by a professional lithographer, at the same time the line shows brilliant artistic sense, which would indicate Goyo is responsible for the lithographing.

    One of Goyo's brothers were working for the NYK so it's understandable Goyo did quite a bit of design work for the NYK, such as brochures, postcards, menus and other ephemera. Most of the works unsigned but easily recognizable as the work of Goyo. Goyo also did a big amount of design work for Mitsukoshi – the department store, but here it's sometimes quite difficult to separate the unsigned work by Goyo from the works by Mitsukoshi's head designer Sugiura Hisui.

    In the brochure in the passenger tariff, we can find a first class ticket from London to Yokohama is £60, a second class ticket £41. Steerage class prices are not indicated as first and second class passenger was not expected to mix with steerage class passengers. Steerage class passengers information material would be very different from the present brochure.
    If you want to upgrade your first class ticket to cabin #31 (a lavish miniature suite and the best cabin on the boat) and you are traveling alone, you have to pay a 65% surcharge on your first class ticket. A "Round the World" ticket with NYK Lines would have cost you $ 510 (US Gold or Pound Sterling £102, in today's value about $12'000 (so you definitely got more "bang for the buck" in 1913) if you went via New York, if instead, you prefer to go via Montreal you would have saved US Gold $10.
    In 1913, the best and the rarest in ukiyo-e prints was about $400-500 (pristine Kaigetsudo prints and similar).

    Sealed: Go (for Goyo), on the front cover
    Condition: Very good. The usual centerfold, short tear front cover right margin, center spread loosely on one staple, staples slightly rusty.
    Published: Nippon Yusen Kaisha.
    Printer: Tokyo Printing Company.
    Date: July 1913.
    Edition: 6000 copies. Today very scarce. This is the first copy of this brochure we have handled.
    Another example is published in Hashiguchi Goyo Ten (Exhibition of Hashiguchi Goyo), Odakyu, Tokyo, 1995, p.230, ill.360.

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    What I understand from speaking with people who traveled with the great liners in the 20s and 30s, this type of deluxe leaflet was handed over to the passenger at the actual purchase of the ticket. At least this seems to have been the case for the P&O line (Far East), the Cunard line to the US from London (source: my grandmother). The brochure often acted as the cover for the passenger list and the table setting, as it was considered rude to consult the passenger list in public after the first couple of days on board. The centerfold which you nearly always encounter on this type of brochures was due to it was folded so it would fit into a gentleman's pocket or a woman's purse and thereby being unobtrusive and easy to carry. (Some of the covers for the passenger lists from Nippon Yusen Kaisha are woodblock printed with designs by Hashiguchi Goyo)

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    Hashiguchi Goyo

    Hashiguchi Goyo. A Japanese print of a woman. Good drawing by Hashiguchi Goyo. © Copyright 1998-2014

    Hashiguchi Goyo (1880-1921)(橋口五葉) - A bijin looking at a bird in a cage.

    Kuchi-e for "Uguisu Kotoba" (Song of the bush warbler) (This is my own translation and should be taken with great caution.)

    Signed: Sealed, reading "go" in kanji and a sketch of two leaves (yo).
    Publisher: Juseido. Published in the magazine "Shin Fujin", 2nd year, 1st month.
    Date: Meiji 45, 1st of January (1912).
    Printer: Probably Toppan Printing Company.
    Condition: Good, usual two fold marks, slight discoloration to flaps, as usual, a few minor tears on margins, some slight foxing and discoloration, light creasing.
    Impression: Fine, a rich and saturated impression.
    Size: Roughly Oban sized, an over sized kuchi-e. 25.5 x 36.9 cm.
    Very rare.


    Another example is published in Hashiguchi Goyo Ten (Exhibition of Hashiguchi Goyo), Odakyu, Tokyo, 1995, p.214, ill. 327.


    The technique for this kuchi-e is crayon lithograph. Judging the style and excellent technique of the lithograph work and the printing, the kuchi-e was most probably made by Toppan Printing Company. In 1910 Toppan introduced the best and most modern equipment available in the world. They quickly mastered the full potentials of the equipment. Toppan’s excellent lithographers managed to produce some of the best crayon lithographs ever done. This is seen especially in the works by Kitano Tsunetomi, but also Hashiguchi Goyo and many of the most famous artists of the period. Goyo made a poster for Mitsukoshi Department Store (at this time known as Mitsui Gofuku-ten). This poster became the most well-known poster in Japan. The Goyo poster was a "Style" definer and widely collected. Today it is very scarce, even in very bad condition.

    Goyo was together with the more well-known (in Japan) Sugiura Hisui the main designers for Gofukuten (Mitsukoshi). Most works done by them for Gofuku-ten are unsigned, sometimes one encounters Hisui’s signature mark on various works but it is very rare to find Goyo’s mark. Most often one has to relay on stylistic sensibility to separate their works.

    This piece is with our paper conserver for slight conservation treatment. Delivery 14 days.

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