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Large framed watercolor, signed "T. Hasekawa" depicting Mount Fuji with figures working in rice paddies in the foreground and farmstead in background. Signed lower left. Housed in an elaborate possibly original gilt wood frame. Sight: 23-3/8" H x 36-3/4" W. Framed: 33-1/2" H x 46-3/4" W. Japanese, early 20th Century (larger size of watercolor indicates second quarter of the 20th century). Provenance: Purchased from Sloan's Auction in Washington D.C. A group of Tajiero Hasekawa watercolors were exhibited at the Corcoran College of Art and Design on June 10, 1901 through June 15, 1901 in Washington D.C. Whether it is this artist that exhibited at the Corcoran is unknown at this time. Condition: Very good condition with some loss to gilt on frame.