Okuda studied under the father of Japanese pictorialism, Suizan
Kurokawa, and his style was heavily influenced
by his teacher.
Print has Okuda's red hanko stamp with the incription: Yamato Sankei, Tatsutagawa no momiji. This translates as autumn maple leaves at Tatsuta River, in Yamato (near Nara). Sankei specifies it is one of three famous views. This print comes from an archive of prints and negatives by Okuda that were taken during the late 1920s and early 1930s.
Printed on a glossy gelatin silver paper with a white border. The condition is very good, but there is some slight fading to some of the shadow areas.