Elizabeth Keith and dated 1921; BERTHA LUM (1879-1954), dai oban tate-e (42.7 x 28.8 cm.), two beauties on a dragon rising from the sea, signed copyright-1924 by Bertha Lum and numbered 30/50; and part of a print, probably Hiroshige, sailing boats - all good impression and colour, the first with slight foxing around the edges, the second laid down on cardboard, both slightly toned, the last cut off, slightly stained, with pinholes. (3)" /> ELIZABETH KEITH (1887-1956): <I>dai oban yoko-e</I> (30.9 x 43.8 cm.), "East Gate Seoul, Sunrise", showing the gate in a snowy mountainous landscape, signed <I>Elizabeth Keith</I> and dated 1921; BERTHA LUM (1879-1954), <I>dai oban tate-e</I> (42.7 x 28.8 cm.), two beauties on a dragon rising from the sea, signed <I>copyright-1924 by Bertha Lum</I> and numbered 30/50; and part of a print, probably Hiroshige, sailing boats - all good impression and colour, the first with slight foxing around the edges, the second laid down on cardboard, both slightly toned, the last cut off, slightly stained, with pinholes. (3) | Christie's