A young woman stands in a room overlooking a garden with a stream running through it. The shoji panel behind her is painted with a pair of mandarin ducks beside a snowy pond. On the floor beside her is a smoking tray with utensils. The poem above reads: koishisa wa/ onaji kokoro ni/ arazu to mo/ koyoi no tsuki wo/ kimi mizarame ya (Even if your love/ for me is not as mine for/ you, you could hardly/ fail to look at the moon that/ on this night shines for us both). See, David Waterhouse, The Harunobu Decade, (The Netherlands, 2013), p. 22 and p. 146-7.
A similar imrpession is in the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago, accession no. 1970.535.