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Omatsu and Natsume (Two sheets)

Size: 36.5cm by 25.0cm (14.37 in by 9.84 in) | Enlargement | Shipping Code: [L] ?

Designer: Utagawa Toyokuni

Era: Edo | Currency: $ / £ /

Price: ¥ 20,000$ 170.00£ 140.00€ 160.00 [Item has been sold]

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Description: It depicts a scene of Kijin no Omatsu and Natume Shiro-saburo, from the kabuki play, 新板越白浪 (Shinpan koshi no shiranami). Kijin no Omatsu is a female thief who is depicted as one of Japan's three greatest thieves along with Goemon ISHIKAWA and Jiraiya in kabuki, considered a fictional character. It's seemingly a triptych originally.

The displayed dimension is each print size.


These prints are partly backed. They are in good condition overall for their age remaining nice color.

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