Utamaro hitsu and published by Yamaguchiya Chusuke, and the right sheet of the tripytch depicting a group of women and children on the banks of the Sumida at night, fireworks and Ryogoku in the center and left panels, signed Utamaro hitsu and published by Yamaguchiya Tobei- good impressions, color faded, some wear, laid down on paper (2)" /> UTAMARO: <I>oban tate-e</I> (36.6 x 25.6 cm. ea. approx.); two prints of beauties, a young woman playing the biwa from the series <I>Edo no hana musume joruri</I> "Flowers of Edo: Joruri ballads by young women", signed <I>Utamaro hitsu</I> and published by Yamaguchiya Chusuke, and the right sheet of the tripytch depicting a group of women and children on the banks of the Sumida at night, fireworks and Ryogoku in the center and left panels, signed <I>Utamaro hitsu</I> and published by Yamaguchiya Tobei- good impressions, color faded, some wear, laid down on paper (2) | Christie's