Site history and news

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01/21/2020: The itosozan.com website is finally live!

04/28/2020: Modified WT-16 page adding a new image ad the seal from Christenson miniature woodblock site. Thanks Gary!.

12/20/2020: Added a new version of TA-42. Probably the first state. Thanks Michael!

01/25/2021: Added three new Sozan print: two Ko-Tanzaku (TA-49 and TA-50) and one Koban (TA-16).  Thanks to Jan Roewer (Germany) for discovering the new Koban.

03/29/2021: Added two new Sozan print: one Mitsugiri (MI-07) and one Koban (KO-17). Thanks to Patrick Yeh (USA) for discovering these new prints.

03/29/2021: Modified MI-01 page adding a new image and size data. Thanks Patrick Yeh!

04/18/2021: Added two new Koban print with an unusual heart shaped seal: (KO-18 and KO-19). Thanks to Jan Roewer (Germany) and Patrick Yeh (USA) for discovering these new prints.

05/24/2021: Added a new tanzaku print (TA-51). Thanks to Richard Reader (Canada) for identifying kudzu vine.

11/11/2021: Added a new tanzaku print (TA-52)

Modified TA-41 page adding a new coloured images and Watanabe pre-quake number.

Modified TA-44 page replacing the incomplete JAODB image with a complete one from Floating World Auctions

11/23/2021: Added a new tanzaku print (TA-53)

12/10/2021: Added a new tanzaku print (TA-54) and a new small print variant (WT-04V2)

12/31/2021: Added a new tanzaku print (TA-55), pre-quake version of WT-22

12/31/2021: Added a new pair of prints to the “Pre- and post-quake … comparison” page

02/03/2022: Added a new mitsugiri print from Cooper-Hewitt Museum (MI-08). Thanks to Julia Siemon for collaboration.

02/07/2022: Added WT-17. I am really happy to be able to present for the first time the print “Heron and willow tree in rain”, nr 372 of 1936 Watanabe catalog. This print was found in a sale catalog in the Robert O. Muller Collection – Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (Smithsonian, Washington, DC). Thanks to Jennifer E. Berry and all the staff of the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery.

07/29/2022: TA-35 print moved to Mitsugiri section (MI-09). The dimensions, found on a specimen sold by Catawiki on 07-21-2022, define it as Mitsugiri and not Tanzaku.

07/29/2022: Added a new chuban print (CH-22)

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