Joshoku kaiko tewaza-kusa "Silkworm culture-handiwork of women", signed Utamaro hitsu and published by Tsuruya Kinsuke; and a second print of two women and a baby, subtitled Sekidera Komachi, from the series Niwaka nana komachi "The seven Komachi and the Niwaka festival", signed Utamaro hitsu and published by Tsuruya Kinsuke--good impressions, color faded, soiled and stained, the second torn (2)" /> UTAMARO: <I>oban tate-e</I> (39 x 25.8cm. ea. approx.); "Feeding the silk worms", the third print from the set of twelve entitled <I>Joshoku kaiko tewaza-kusa</I> "Silkworm culture-handiwork of women", signed <I>Utamaro hitsu</I> and published by Tsuruya Kinsuke; and a second print of two women and a baby, subtitled <I>Sekidera Komachi</I>, from the series <I>Niwaka nana komachi</I> "The seven Komachi and the Niwaka festival", signed <I>Utamaro hitsu</I> and published by Tsuruya Kinsuke--good impressions, color faded, soiled and stained, the second torn (2) | Christie's