London, South Kensington
28 June 2001
Hiroshige, oban yoko-e
a print from the series 'Edo meisho'
depicting figures strolling and seated at tables in the garden of a tea house; Kunisada, an oban print from a series with a bust portrait of an actor beside a calligraphic panel; Kunisada (Toyokuni III), two oban prints from a larger composition depicting a lady and gentleman seated writing on the terrace of a riverside pavilion; Kunisada, an oban print of an actor seated looking at the image of a ghost in a mirror, all framed and glazed; and a further oban print of a lady seated in a palanquin, mounted.
See Illustration for One. (5)
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