1. Eisen Keisai (1790 -1848) - [Waitress holding a black lacquer stand]. Artist’s signature: Keisai Eisen-ga.). Mounted as hanging scroll, 72 x 25 cm without mounting (nicely decorative, spare colouring, medium significant amount of yellowing, visible overlapping of the two ôban, flattened crack on the mounting on the right side).-- 2. Utamaro Kitagawa (1753-1806) - [Courtesan observing children dressing up as samurai and applying make-up, poem]. From the series Kindai nanasai jo shika [From Chinese and Japanese Poems by Seven-year-old Girls of the Present Day]. Artist’s signature: Utamaru hitsu. Publisher: Murataya Jirōbei. 50,7 x 21,8 cm, under passe-partout, framed (significant amount of yellowing).
Joined, 3 prints, framed: 1. Utamaro Kitagawa (1753-1806) - Bijin-ga. [Courtesan with umbrella in the rain]. Artist’s signature: Utamaru hitsu. Naga-ôban. 50,3 x 22,3 cm (significant yellowing, foxing, vertical crack on the right side).-- 2. Isoda Koryûsai (ca. 1760-1788) - [Couple with umbrella under tree]. Artist’s signature : Koryû-ga. Hashira-e, 67,9 x 12,5 cm (spare colour, yellowing, little spots).-- 3. Katsukawa Shunchô (ca. 1780-1801) - [Young girl washing cloth with her feet in a river, observed by a deity in the clouds]. Artist’s signature: Shunchô-ga, artist’s seal: Chûrin. Publisher: Chichibuya Shôzaemon. Hashira-e, 67 x 11,3 cm (poor colouring, yellowing, plugged wormholes). (5 pcs)
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