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Kamisaka Sekka

A woodblock print from Kamisaka Sekka's series Momoyagusa. This one depicts a walking woman.

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Kawase Hasui Snow at Zojo Temple, Shiba 1925 Woodblock print 14 x 9 inches Japanese Verne Collection, Inc.

Flowers of a Hundred Worlds (Momoyogusa), set of three woodblock-printed books published 1909~10 – Kamisaka Sekka

Flowers of a Hundred Worlds (Momoyogusa), set of three woodblock-printed books published – Kamisaka Sekka

Een boot trekken, Kamisaka Sekka, Yamada Naosaburo, 1909

Een boot trekken, Kamisaka Sekka, Yamada Naosaburo, 1909

Kitagawa Utamaro (喜多川 歌麿?, ca. 1753 – October 31, 1806) was a Japanese printmaker and painter, who is considered one of the greatest artists of woodblock prints (ukiyo-e). His name was romanized as Outamaro. He is known especially for his masterfully composed studies of women, known as bijinga. He also produced nature studies, particularly illustrated books of insects.

Goyo, Hashiguchi - Woman Applying Make-up (Hand Mirror) - 化粧の女 (手かがみ)Hashiguchi Goyo is one of the most celebrated shin hanga artists, particularly renowned for his woodblock prints of beautiful women, also known as bijin-ga.

神坂雪佳 Kamisaka SEKKA 1866–1942. Raftsman. ca. 1930. Japanese Hanging scroll(s), ink and color on silk. Rinpa School 琳派

Japanese Hanging scroll(s), ink and color on silk.

Woman after a Bath, by Goyō Hashiguchi「橋口 五葉 」

Woman after a Bath, by Goyō Hashiguchi「橋口 五葉 」

les-sources-du-nil:  “ Hashiguchi Goyō (橋口五葉, 1880 - 1921)  Woman after the Bath (Yokugo no Onna) 1920  ”

Hashiguchi Goyo, "Yokugo no onna" (Woman after a bath). Goyo died after he produced only 14 prints under his own supervision plus 1 published by Watanabe). The model's name is Tsuru Nakatani (Goyo's favorite model).

Courtesan Hugging a Kamuro  禿の肩を抱く遊女 Japanese Edo period about 1769–70 (Meiwa 6–7) Artist Suzuki Harunobu (Japanese, 1725–1770)

Courtesan Hugging a Kamuro 禿の肩を抱く遊女 Japanese Edo period about (Meiwa Artist Suzuki Harunobu (Japanese,

Uchiwa (Round Fans) by Kamisaka Sekka (1866 - 1942)

Flowers of a Hundred Worlds (Momoyogusa), Kamisaka Sekka (Japanese, Set of three woodblock-printed books; Metropolitan Museum of Art, on view installation 1 and May

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