Kawase Hasui Japanese Woodblock Moonlit & Snow Prints

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Fog at Eitai Bridgei by Kawase Hasui  1937
Later printing from original blocks
 Artist's seal

15 1/2" by 10 1/2"
HASUI7 $395
Excellent
condition,  good bleed-through
Snow At Miyagima by Kawase Hasui  1929
Later printing from original blocks
 Red artist's seal Kawasi, title and date bottom margin

16 3/8" by 11"
HASU21 $375
Excellent
condition,  good bleed-through
Pine Trees after Snow by Kawase Hasui  1929
Later printing from original blocks
 Red artist's seal Kawasi, title and date bottom margin

16 1/4" by 11 1/4"
HASU24 $495
Excellent
condition,  good bleed-through
Lake Chuzenji by Kawase Hasui, Mt Fuji,  1930
Later printing from original blocks
 Red artist's seal Kawasi, title and date bottom margin

16 3/8" by 11"
HASUI2 $425
Excellent
condition,  good bleed-through
Twilight at Ushibori by Kawase Hasui 1930
Later printing from original blocks
 Red artist's seal Kawasi
, title and date bottom margin
17" by 12 1/2"
SHN303 $395
Excellent
condition,  good bleed-through
Morning at Nijubashi bridge, Imperial Palace, Tokyo,   by Kawase Hasui 1930
Later printing Watanabe
15 3/8" by 10 3/8"
HAS40 $475
Scarce print in excellent
condition,  good bleed-through
Bright Moon over Matsuyama-jo Castle, Ehime,   by Kawase Hasui 1930
Later printing Watanabe
15 3/4" by 10 3/2"
HAS540 $475
Scarce print in excellent
condition,  good bleed-through

Dusk at Phoenix Hall, Byodo Temple, Kyoto  by Kawase Hasui 1951
Later printing Watanabe
15 3/8" by 10 1/2"
HAS42 $445
Scarce print in excellent
condition,  good bleed-through
Shiba Benten Pond by Kawase Hasui 1929
Artists Seal, signature Hasui bottom rightLater printing, Intially published by Kawaguchi and Sakai,
publisher
Shobisha obtained original blocks after the war.
16" by 11"
HAS38 $795
Exceptionally scarce print in excellent
condition,  good bleed-through
Snow at Hinuma Swamp, Mito by Kawase Hasui
Artist's black ink signature and red seal on right
7 cm publishers seal Wantanbe lower right used 1957-1989
Posthumous Printing,  earlier than 1988 printing
15 5/8" by 10 5/8"
HAS33 $1,590
Exceptionally scarce print in excellent
condition,  good bleed-throughh
Clouds in Sunset Glow by Kawase Hasui
Lifetime Printing,  Showa 11 1936
Made in Japan stamped on back
12 3/4" by 8 7/16"
HAS27 $1,250
very good
condition, two drying holes left edge, tiny paper loss as shown, good bleed-throughh
Spring Snow at Kiyomuzu Temple, Kyoto by Kawase Hasui 1932
 Red Artist's Seal, Embossed Snowflakes
Later Printing by Okada, Carver Harada
16" by 10 5/8"
HASU19 $495
Excellent
condition, good bleed-throughh
+
Hama Cho River Bank by Kawase Hasui
Artist's seal in red, posthumous printing
15 1/2" by 10 3/8"
HAS29 $825
excellent condition, good bleed-throughh
Fuyu no tsuki, Toyamagahara-Winter Moon over Toyama Plain
Later Printing
Publisher: Doi Eichi circa 1981-1995
Hanken shoyu Doi Eichi seal

15 1/2" by 10 5/8"
HASA6 $850
excellent condition, good bleed-through
h
Nihon-bashi bridge, Tokyo (before dawn) by Kawase Hasui
16 1/8" by 10 1/2"
HAS25 $475
excellent condition, good bleed-throughh
Osaka Soemon-cho no yu -Evening at Soemon-cho, Osaka
Lifetime Printing,  Showa 8 1933
Publisher: Wantanabe Shozaburo, 
Wantanabe mokuhan bijutsu gaho kosaku seal
15 1/2" by 10 1/4"
HASA18 $3,200
Note title in pencil top margin,
inventory number on verso upper right corner
Shosu Maekawa no ame-Rain in Maekawa, Shosu
Showa 8 1933 Later Printing, 
Publisher: Wantanabe Shozaburo, 
Heisei era Wantanabe seal
15 11/16" by 14 3/8"
HASA19 $650
excellent condition, good bleed-through
 
Matsushima Zaimokuto -Zaimoku Island in  Matsushima
Signed & titled by Hasui, Kawase Seal
Lifetime Printing  Showa
8 1933
Publisher: Wantanabe Shozaburo,  6 mm round Wantanabe seal
15 3/16" by 10 3/8"
HASA12 $3,200
excellent condition, good bleed-through
Yamagata Yamadera -Yama Temple in Yamagata
Lifetime Printing  Showa
18 1941
Publisher: Wantanabe Shozaburo
15 1/2" by 10 1/4"
HASA5 $2,750
excellent condition, good bleed-through
Kanetsuki Bell Tower in Okayam- by Kawase Hasui
Signed & titled by Hasui, Kawase seal
Lifetime Printing Showa 22 1947
Publisher: Wantanabe Shozaburo
 Wantanbe 6 mm seal bottom left corner
15 3/8" by 10 5/8"
HASA3 $4,250
Single tiny pinhole upper left,
excellent condition, good bleed-through
h
Todoroki in Mito by Kawase Hasui
Signed & titled by Hasui, Kawase seal
Lifetime Printing Showa 21 1946
Publisher: Wantanabe Shozaburo
 Wantanbe red square gift seal bottom left corner
15  by 10 3/8 inches
HASA4 $4,250
excellent condition, good bleed-through
h
Evening Snow at Insinomaki by Kawase Hasui
Posthumous Printing
15 1/2" by 10 1/2"
SHN552 $425
Excellent Condition
Takegawa River at Dawn by Takashi 1932
 later printing by Wantanbe
15 3/8" by 11 1/8"
SHN514
SOLD
Mt Fuji from Hagoromo Beach by Koichi Okada
Cut out on right is for printing alignment and not a defect
16 1/8" by 11/18"
SHN513 $275
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Kawase Hasui Japanese Woodblock Moonlit & Snow Prints

Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) is one the great masters of the Shin Hanga movement. Shortly before his death, the Japanese government declared his art work a Living National Treasure, the highest honor bestowed in modern-day Japan.

Shin Hanga, or “new prints” incorporated Western tastes and eye for beauty into traditional Japanese art. Their popularity is largely due to the efforts of Shozaburo Watanabe, a keen businessman who gathered young artists around him to learn the new European concepts of perspective, light and shade. Today, Shoichiro Wantanbe continues the long family tradition, and still issues Hasui prints from the original woodblock designs, and Panteek's prints as shown on this page come from directly from him. We rarely sell prints from the life time editions are they are now prohibitively expensive, alas.

Hasui was born in Tokyo and studied both Japanese and European painting techniques as a child. His interest in Japanese woodblock prints developed during his apprenticeship at the age of 27 with the famous Japanese painter, Kaburaki Kiyokata, and his friendship with another apprentice, Ito Shinsui.

The master of landscape prints, Hasui’s intense blue night scenes and the designs showing snowfall or rain are hugely popular with their vivid colouring and entrancing natural beauty. The artist's landscape prints hardly ever show people, partially because he was nearsighted and needed to wear thick glasses to see details. People also would not stand still long enough for him to work. He traveled the length and breadth of Japan to create his art, sketching out a scenic landscape before him then adding color later. On his return visits to Tokyo, Watanabe's wood carvers would make the blocks for printing.


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