Shunkyo shichi fuku asobi "Seven auspicious games for spring entertainment", subtitled Nanakusa, signed Utamaro hitsu and published by Tsuruya Kinsuke- moderately good impressions, faded and worn (2)" /> UTAMARO: <I>oban tate-e</I> (36 x 23.9 cm. ea. approx.); two prints of women with a child, the first of a young woman playing with a mouse on her arm while a woman holding a child and hobby horse looks on, from the series <I>Ukiyo nanatsu me awase</I> "Seven eyes in the floating world", partial later mica ground, and a woman with a child on her back beating a hand drum, a male attendant at her feet, from the series <I>Shunkyo shichi fuku asobi</I> "Seven auspicious games for spring entertainment", subtitled <I>Nanakusa</I>, signed <I>Utamaro hitsu</I> and published by Tsuruya Kinsuke- moderately good impressions, faded and worn (2) | Christie's