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Akasaka Detached Palace (Akasaka rikyû), from the series Recollections of Tokyo (Tokyo kaiko zue)
1945 (Shôwa 20), December
Artist Hiratsuka Un'ichi (Japanese, 1895–1997)
Graybill et al, The Artist's Touch, the Craftsman's Hand (Portland Art Museum cat., 2011), p. 295, #148b; AIC, Hiratsuka: Modern Master (2001), pl. 24
20 x 26.3 cm (7 7/8 x 10 3/8 in.)
Medium or Technique
Woodblock print; ink and color on paper
Not On View
From a portfolio of 15 works by 9 artists, with titles of individual works on an accompanying sheet (not in MFA).
MFA prints from the portfolio (complete): 59.838, 60.38, 65.1060, 65.1067, 64.1068, 65.1083, 65.1084, 65.1085, 65.1087, 65.1088, 65.1089, 65.1091, 65.1097, 65.1098, 65.1104
According to a 1965 letter from Keiko Hiratsuka Moore to Robert Paine, the date of the print is 1929; but in fact this impression seems to be from a postwar portfolio containing reprints of earlier designs.
Artist's seal: Un'ichi in
1965, gift of Robert T. Paine to the MFA.
Gift of Robert T. Paine