Korean Scene (Seesaw)
One of a series of Korean themed prints designed by Hiyoshi for Kyoto Hanga-In in the 1950s. The characters on the doors behind read (top to bottom, right to left) "Risshun Daikichi Ken Yo Tashu
" which can be translated as "Excellent luck at the onset of Spring; Build a positive crowd".
24.1 x 36.1 cm (9.5 x 14.2 inches)
child figure, female figure, male figure
(4.5 / 5.0) - Very minor creasing. Some paper residue verso from previous attachment to original presentation folder. Large margins top and right with deckled edges.
Shown on page 20 of Kyoto Hanga-In's 1953 catalog
which is documented on Ross Walker's Koitsu.com, as catalog "C".