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Hashiguchi Goyo, (1880-1921)

Woman Applying Powder
(Kesho no Onna)

Dated and signed, Taisho shichinen Goyo ga (Taisho 7 [1918], by Goyo). With carver and printer's seals Takano Shichinosuke (carver) and Somekawa Kanzo (printer) on the lower left margin. Maeda Kentaro and Koike Masazo also assisted with carving some of the blocks. Self-published by Goyo in April 1918.

obaiban tate-e 55.5 by 39.2 cm

Published:
The Female Image, 2000, p. 40, pl. 13

kikumon

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