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Kikugawa Eizan - Shamisen Player and Her Lover - This print has been elsewhere identified as an Kitagawa Utamaro due to the fact that Eizan's depictions of women hew so closely to the master's style. However, this scene of a courtesan and her lover with a shamisen (a traditional Japanese musical instrument often played by women in the pleasure quarters of Edo) comes from an untitled series of 10 known prints by an unidentified publisher, all of which date to the period ca. 1809–1813.

Kikugawa Eizan - Shamisen Player and Her Lover - This print has been elsewhere…

Chōbunsai Eishi  |“Hanaōgi of the Ōgiya,” from the series Beauties of the Yoshiwara as Six Floral Immortals (Seirō bijin rokkasen) | Japan, ca. 1794

Chōbunsai Eishi, Hanaōgi of the Ōgiya, fr(series Beauties of the Yoshiwara as Six Floral Immortals (Seirō bijin rokkasen), The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Kitagawa Utamaro: Wisteria Maiden (Fuji musume) and Demon Chanting ...

Kitagawa Utamaro: Wisteria Maiden (Fuji musume) and Demon Chanting the Name of the Buddha (Oni no nenbutsu), from the series Souvenir Paintings from Ôtsu, Stocked in Edo (Edo shiire Ôtsu miyage) - Museum of Fine Arts

UKIYO - E.......BY TSUKIOKA YOSHITOSHI....PARTAGE OF ARTIST SALON OF JAPAN.....ON FACEBOOK......

Japanese Woodblock prints including Relaxed, the appearance of a Kyoto geisha during the Kansei era by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi.

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Artworks by Kitagawa Utamaro работ) (Часть

Courtesan with bedding.  Ukiyo-e woodblock print, about 1840’s, Japan, by artist Torii Kiyomitsu II

Courtesan with bedding. Ukiyo-e woodblock print, about Japan, by artist Torii Kiyomitsu II

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