Series : One Hundred Views of Fuji, Fugaku Hyakkei
Technique: nishikie, woodcuts in two shades of gray.
Format: hanshinbon koban (about 183x123 mm)
Signatures : Zen Hokusai Iitsu aratame Gakyorojin Manji
Artist's seal : Fuji no Yama
Dates : engraved between 1834 – 1836, impressed between 1850 and 1870
Engravers: Egawa Tomekichi and Tsentaro
Publisher: Katano Toshiro.
Splendid proof with good contrasts, in the third edition from the original woodcuts. Printed on Japan paper, in excellent condition, with clean edges all around beyond the marginal line.
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A picturesque headland (probably Cape Koyurugi) near the small village of Koshigoe, seen from Shichirigahara, Seven Mile Beach.
Drawing that takes up the central part of the homonymous Soshu Shichirigahara panel from the Thirty-six Views of Fuji series.
Sodegaura is dedicated to the goddess Benten (Benzaiten), patron deity of all that is beautiful, the only female goddess among the Shichifukujin, the seven Shinto gods of fortune.