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Tadashi Nakayama Limited Edition Japanese Woodblock Print Herd of Horses, 1963
By Tadashi Nakayama
Located in Studio City, CA
This wonderfully designed, abstract work by esteemed Japanese print maker Tadashi Nakayama. The print is pencil signed, numbered (46/65) and dated 1963 by the artist. A fairly uncomm...
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Vintage 1960s Japanese Showa Prints

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Paper

Wood block of Horses
Located in Douglas Manor, NY
woodblock
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Vintage 1940s Japanese Prints

  • Wood block of Horses
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H 22 in. W 24 in.
Set of Three Wood Block Japanese Horse Prints Urushibara Mokuchu
Located in National City, CA
For your consideration a set of wood block prints on paper Japanese horse paintings . Signed. Original frame. Some fade and stains present. Horizontal painting: 18" W x 15 ...
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Antique Early 19th Century Japanese Taisho Drawings

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Glass, Wood, Paper

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