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Midnight1208's loves913 of 1029Woodblock Print of... In a Temple Yard.Three Vintage Japanese Paintings
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    Posted 5 years ago

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    Yoshijiro (Mokuchu) Urushibara 1888-1953
    Original Work (woodblock print)
    Two Horses
    Seal and Pencil Signature

    They will stay in the frames they are in....after a little cleaning they should look better. Glass is really nasty....eeewww!!
    I absolutely love these :)

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    1. LuluX LuluX, 5 years ago
      Hi melaniej, I have these horses also, plus one other. I bought the three about 25-30 years ago at an auction room. I love them too as I am a horsey person and rider. X
    2. melaniej melaniej, 5 years ago
      Are they posted here on CW?
      I would love to see them....
    3. wexval, 5 years ago
      Perhaps of interest. Cheers. Val
      May 11, 1999|By Jacques Kelly | Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF

      Stanley Katzenstein, a downtown picture-framing business owner, died Sunday of cancer at his Mount Washington home. He was 59.

      Mr. Katzenstein was the second generation of his family to run Ludwig Katzenstein, a company founded in 1940 by his father at Hopkins Place and Pratt Street. About 15 years ago, the shop moved to Scarlett Place on East Pratt Street, and the family opened a branch in Lutherville.

      "It seemed there wasn't an office in downtown Baltimore that didn't have a picture they framed," said James L. Pierce, owner of a Charles Village framing studio.

    4. LuluX LuluX, 5 years ago
      Not posted, keep meaning to .... but will if you are interested :)
    5. jscott0363 jscott0363, 5 years ago
      Melanie, I love these!! Wonderful artwork!
    6. SEAN68 SEAN68, 5 years ago
      beautiful!!! happy new year !!
    7. melaniej melaniej, 5 years ago
      Thank You

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