A Tokaido Board Game of Courtesans, Yoshiwara Parody of the Fifty-three Pairings: Hakone, Uryuno of Okamotoya
(Keisei dochu sugoroku, mitate yoshiwara gojusan tsu: Hakone, Okamoto nai Uryuno)
the series title within the black cartouche, Keisei dochu sugoroku, and to the right of the pictoral cartouche, Mitate yoshiwara gojusan tsui, the print title inscribed within the frame, Hakone, with the courtesan identified below, Okamotoya nai Uryuno, signed Keisai Eisen ga, with censor's seal kiwame (approved), and publisher's mark of Tsutaya Kichizo (Koeido), ca. 1825
oban tate-e 15 3/8 by 10 1/4 in., 38.9 by 26.1 cm
Chiba City Museum of Art, Keisai Eisen: Artist of the Floating World, 2012, p. 193, no. 227
(inv. no. 10-5075)
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