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Posted By: I.Nagy
Posted Date: Nov 25, 2018 (04:09 AM)
Taishō era, Year of Fire Snake (1917) Spring
Hwatong (Korean) Kadō (Japanese)
囗徳之印 - Seal of □tok ？
華洞 - Hwatong (Korean) - Kadō （Japanese)
Snow clouds come and disappear in succession
Half of them are emptiness and half of them are nascent mountains
I am also lollig about day and night,
only listening to the streams in the depth of forests
This pseudonym cannot be found in any of the Japanese art-name/pseudonym dictionaries.
In my opinion we are dealing with a Korean artist.
Korean artists during the Japanese rule, used to use the Japanese era names in dating. Unfortunately, I can`t read the other seal, presumably with the family name of artist.
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