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Size: 34.0cm by 23.0cm (13.39 in by 9.06 in) | Enlargement | Shipping Code: [L] ?

Designer: Yoshitoshi

Era: Meiji | Currency: $ / £ /

Price: ¥ 36,000$ 345.00£ 255.00€ 289.00

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Description: This is one print from the Twenty-Four Hours at Shinyanagi ("Shinyanagi nijuyoji") series by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi. "Shinyanagi" is a shortening of two place names, "Shinbashi" and "Yanagibashi". The prints in the series show the everyday lives of geisha in the two areas of Tokyo, hour-by-hour. The text was written by the journalist Takabatake Ransen in a gesaku style full of puns, in-jokes, and allusions.

This particular print shows a geisha praying by two inscribed lanterns at seven o'clock in the morning. There are one or two small creases to the print, and the margins have been trimmed a little. The print has been backed with thin washi paper.


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