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雪に傘, 古邨 Umbrellas in Snow, Koson, Ukiyo-e iPad Mini Case

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雪に傘, 古邨 Umbrellas in Snow, Koson, Ukiyo-e iPad Mini Case
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Device Type: Powis iCase iPad Mini Case

Accessorize, protect, and turn your iPad into a classic hardcover! Custom made with premium book cloth and finished with glossy laminate, this hard cover case is a durable and elegant way to show off your favorite designs.

  • Designed for the Apple iPad Mini, iPad Mini 2, and iPad Mini 3
  • Dimensions: 8.25"l x 5.68"w x 0.75”h
  • Flexible & secure iPad cradle with openings for camera/port access
  • Non-slip edge design for free-standing landscape view
  • Printed on 100% recycled hardboard & laminated front and back
  • Made in Berkeley, CA
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雪に傘, 古邨 Umbrellas in Snow, Koson, Ukiyo-e iPad Mini Case
小原古邨 Ohara Koson Ohara Koson (1877 - 1945) was a Japanese painter and printmaker of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, part of the shin-hanga ("new prints") movement. He was born Ohara Matao; it is thought that he started training in painting and design at the Ishikawa Prefecture Technical School in 1889–1893. He also studied painting with Suzuki Kason (1860 – 1919), although accounts differ on whether this happened during his school years or after he moved to Tokyo in the middle to late 1890s. In Tokyo, he produced some woodblock triptychs illustrating episodes of the Russo-Japanese War, but most of his production was prints of animals (kachō-ga). He worked at first with publishers Akiyama Buemon (Kokkeidō) and Matsuki Heikichi (Daikokuya), signing his work Koson. Starting around 1926, he became associated with the publisher Watanabe Shōzaburō, and signed his work Shōson. He also worked with the publisher Kawaguchi, signing his works Hōson. Through his association with Watanabe, Ohara's work was exhibited abroad, and his prints sold well, particularly in the United States. He was active designing prints until at least 1935, and died at his home in Tokyo in 1945.
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