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Notes (1st edition)
Publisher (this edition): Tsunashima Kamekichi Tsunashima Kamekichi
Date of this item: 1888 1888
Notes (this edition)
These notes were written by the original owner/seller/auctioner of the item and may be inaccurate.:
Thirty-two Aspects of Customs and Manners:# 25 Looking Capable

Artist: Yoshitoshi
Format: Oban tate-e: 14.25" x 9.75"

Subject: A Kyoto waitress in the Meiji period (1868-1912). A waitress extinguishing a candle in a paper lantern.

Publisher: Tsunashima Kamekichi

Date: 15/5/1888

Condition: Fine colors. Slightly trimmed in margins. Album backing paper. Slight soils, stains and foxing. Album foldmark along left edge with tiny paper losses. Minor marks and flaws. Fairly good state.

Impression: Fine impression of the first edition with gauffrage and burnishing. Three color title cartouche.
Sunday, 5 March 2006

Artist: Yoshitoshi Taiso 1839-1892
Signature: Yoshitoshi ga
Publisher: Tsunashima Kamekichi
Seal: Taiso
Date: 03/1888
Size: 26,5 x 38,2 cm
Format: oban
Title: "Fuzoku Sanjuni-so"
Thirty-two aspects of customs and manners
"Kura-so: Meiji nenkan saikun no fuzoku"
Looking dark: the appereance of a wife during the Meiji era
Impression: good
Colors: good
Condition: good - , slightly toned and dirty
Literature: Stevenson, J., YoshitoshiLs Women - The Woodblock Print Series "Fuzoku Sanjuniso", Hongkong 1986, Reference: no. 27
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