EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects
EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects

EISHO and TOYOKUNI I Two Japanese Woodblock Prints of Women Subjects

Ref: H-53-0046
Edo Period (1603-1868)
(1) Eisho (Japanese, 1790-1810)

Bijin-e (beautiful women) subject matter with one woman styling another woman's hair.

(2) Toyokuni I (Japanese, 1769-1825)

Depicting two women, one standing holding a handled basket, the other kneeling with a bucket, washing the floor.

Each with vertical calligraphy and seal markings. In old frames. They have not been inspected out of the frames.

19th century
W 13.5/13.25 H 18.25/18.5 in.
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