"The Mat Maker" & "The Bow Maker" Antique Japanese Prints After Mitsuoki Tosa - a Pair

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Printed During the Taisho era (1912 - 1926) probably by publisher Nihon Shosui-Sha after Mitsuoki Tosa (1617 - 1691). Retailed by the prestigious Marshal Field & Company of Chicago in the 1920s.
Each print shows the craftsmen at work in their respective workshops with various onlookers, including an inquisitive black and white dog looking on.
Presented in protective simple & elegant black-finish frames with traditional light brown matting which befits the style of the pieces.
Each has an old historical/biographical label on the verso. One has the Marshal Field & Company Label as well.
Condition is very good. Note the water stains on the bottom of the Bow Maker print were reproduced from the 17th Century original.
Overall 17 1/2" x 13" x 1/2". The image is 11 5/8" x 7 5/8".
5.35 pounds.

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