Kitano Tsunetomi

Kitano Tsunetomi. (1880-1947)

standing beauty in profile

hanging scroll, ink and color on silk; facing towards the left, wearing a long pinkish-peach colored kosode decorated with a scattering of white hibiscus and tarashikomi leaves trailing towards the hem, her hair loosely upswept in a style popular at the turn of the century in Japan, signed Tusentomi, with artist's seal Kitano, ca. 1910

painting 104 by 41 cm
overall 73 by 24 cm


Kitano Tsunetomi

Kitano Tsunetomi


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