fl. ca. 1850's-70's
Foreigner Loving Children
(Gaikokujin kodomo choai no zu)
signed Issen Yoshikazu ga, with publisher's seal Jin (Maruya Jinpachi of Enjudo), combined censor and date seal Saru-ju, aratame (year of the monkey , 10th month, examined)
oban tate-e 14 5/8 by 10 in., 37.2 by 25.3 cm
Julia Meech-Pekarik notes how the woman's dress is shown overlapping in the front in the same manner as a kimono.
Julia Meech-Pekarik, The World of the Meiji Print: Impressions of a New Civilization, 1986, p. 19, no. 13 (MET accession no. JP3333)
Gerhard Dambmann, Japan het Westen ontdekte: Een geschiedenis in houtsneden, 1988, p 72, no. 30
Ann Yonemura, Yokohama: Prints from Nineteenth-Century Japan, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, 1990, p. 101, no. 24
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