Color woodblock print on tissue-thin paper. Signed and numbered in pencil on the bottom margin, no 48, copyright ‘07 by Bertha Lum. From an edition of at least 146, published by the artist in 1907, probably self-carved and possibly printed in Japan.
40.6 by 8.7 cm
Meech & Weisberg, Japonisme Comes to America, 1990, pp. 127-155
Gravalos & Pulin, American Printmakers: Bertha Lum, 1991, cat. p. 94
Yokohama Museum of Art, Eyes Towards Asia: Ukiyo-e Artists from Abroad, 1996, p. 50, no. 44
Katherine Martin, Highlights of Japanese Printmaking: Part Three - The International Perspective, New York: Scholten Japanese Art, 2008, no. 9
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