Rare Vintage Japanese Print. From a Folio of Excellent Reproduction of Famous Woodblock Japanese Prints.
•Name: As A Woman Peddler
•Torii Kiyomasu II 1706-1763
•Collectible Vintage Art Print
•Measurements: 15 1/4"L x 11 3/4"W
•Condition: Very Good
Back of the Print Reads:
TORII KIYOMASU II 1706-1763. 8 YAMASHITA KINSAKU I AS A WOMAN PEDDLER. She carries upon her back a large case inscribed: Kwaichu Ohaguro (Small packages of dye for blackening the teeth). The name of the peddler's shop, Kame-ya, "Turtle house," appears at the top of the case. Kinsaku took this role in the play, Hachi-no-ki onna Go-Kyosho, performed at Nakamura-za in the eleventh month of Kyoho 8, 1723. For the same subject, see Hanekawa Wagen, No. 1. This print, however must represent him in a later performance of the drama. Date: ca. 1729. Urushi-e, colored by hand in two shades of beni, yellow, blue, lilac, light olive, gold powder, and heavy sumi over embossed pattern. Hoso-e 13 1/2" x 6 1/4".
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