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Harushige

Harushige

Shiba Kokan 1747-1818

Popular Beauties with Flowers: The Double-Flowered Cherry
((Ukiyo bijin yosebana: Yaezakura))

the courtesan Motoura of Yamazaki-ya in the Shinagawa licensed quarter seated at a window with her kamuro looking through a telescope at harbor; the text at the top reads: Haru no hi no hikari o soete Yamazaki ni sakari mataruru yaezakura kana

chuban tate-e 27.8 by 21 cm

Exhibited at Shiba Kôkan, Amsterdams Historisch Museum, January-April, 2000.

price: Sold

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