London, South Kensington
22 November 2001
School of Kawahara Keige, a set of one hundred and five paintings on silk
depicting scenes of ladies working in fields, tea production and various crafts, scenes of prisoners and torture, processions and festivals, ladies and gentlemen at leisure in interiors and a village fire -- 5¼in. x 8¼in. (13.2cms x 21cms), mounted.
See Illustration for One.
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