||"Enjoyable - A Music Teacher, Kaei Era" ("Nikurashiso Ansei Nenkan Nagoyajo no Fuzoku")
||"Thirty-two Aspects of Women" ("Fuzoku Sanjuniso")
||1888 (Second edition printing with one-color cartouche.)
||Tsunashima Kamekichi (Tokyo)
||Carver: Wada hoir Yu
||9 5/8 x 14 1/4 (Plus full, original margins--note "kento" mark lower right corner.)
||Very Fine. Skillfully "bokashi" shading; over-printed hair to produce layers;
light "gauffrage" (embossing) to patterned collar and hair ornaments;
crisp, highly detailed carving of individual hairlines.
(VIEW representative verso "bleed-through.")
||Very Good+++. Fresh, strong colors. Clean front and verso.
(Very soft horizontal crease along bottom; few scattered marks; slight toning.)
Unbacked. Full, original margins (note "kento" mark lower right corner).
||Stevenson's "Yoshitoshi's Women - The Woodblock-Print Series Fuzoku Sanjuniso" pl.#20
||Dressed in her blue cross-hatched kimono, a music teacher is seen playing her
shamisen, a favorite instrument and symbol of the geisha profession.