Keisai Eisen, ‘Courtesans for Compass Points in Edo: The Syllable 'I,' Tatsunokuchi, Oi of Sugataebi-ya ’, ca. 1829, Print, Woodblock print, Scholten Japanese Art
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Keisai Eisen

Courtesans for Compass Points in Edo: The Syllable 'I,' Tatsunokuchi, Oi of Sugataebi-ya , ca. 1829

Woodblock print
15 3/5 × 10 3/10 in
39.6 × 26.2 cm
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New York
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a courtesan wearing an uchikake elaborately decorated with a hawk descending over a cascade of …

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Courtesans for Compass Points in Edo
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Tama of Moritaya Hanzo
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Keisai Eisen, ‘Courtesans for Compass Points in Edo: The Syllable 'I,' Tatsunokuchi, Oi of Sugataebi-ya ’, ca. 1829, Print, Woodblock print, Scholten Japanese Art
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a courtesan wearing an uchikake elaborately decorated with a hawk descending over a cascade of swirling water; signed Keisai Eisen ga, with publisher's seal Tama of Moritaya Hanzo, and censor's seal kiwame, ca. 1829

oban tate-e 15 5/8 by 10 3/8 in., 39.6 by 26.2 cm

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Courtesans for Compass Points in Edo
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Tama of Moritaya Hanzo
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Scholten Japanese Art

Keisai Eisen

Courtesans for Compass Points in Edo: The Syllable 'I,' Tatsunokuchi, Oi of Sugataebi-ya , ca. 1829

Woodblock print
15 3/5 × 10 3/10 in
39.6 × 26.2 cm
Sold
Location
New York
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