kuchi-e (frontispiece) for a novel by Emi Suiin (1869-1934) published in vol. 6, no. 9 of Bungei Kurabu (popular literary magazine); with artist's seals Han and Ko, 1900
8 7/8 by 12 1/4 in., 22.5 by 31.2 cm
Helen Merritt, Woodblock Kuchi-e Prints: Reflections of Meiji Culture, 2000, p. 116, no. 5.6
Nanako Yamada, Mokuhan Kuchi-e (Survey of Woodblock Kuchi-e Prints), 2006, p. 244
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, acquisition nos. 2000.130, 2015.2858, 2015.2859
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