Girl Taking a Lesson

by Meiji era artist (not read)

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Girl Taking a Lesson by Meiji era artist (not read)

Original Meiji era Japanese Woodblock Print
Girl Taking a Lesson

Meiji Era Prints of Children - Interesting design from a Meiji era series depicting children in a variety of stories, many behaving dutifully and showing filial piety towards their parents or adults. Subjects include the famous Soga Brothers, who avenged their father's death, and a boy coming to the rescue of a man being attacked by a wolf. The most unusual design depicts a child dragging a severed head on a rope, perhaps as proof of an enemy's death. The figures are drawn with delicate line work and set into nicely detailed surroundings, and some feature silver mica details, a deluxe publishing technique. An unusual group we've never before come across.

Artist - Meiji era artist (not read)

Image Size - 8 1/4" x 11 7/8" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Backed with paper. Vertical centerfold. Slight curling. Some prints have slight soiling or a few spots. Please see photos for details. Generally in good condition overall.

Girl Taking a Lesson by Meiji era artist (not read)
Girl Taking a Lesson by Meiji era artist (not read)

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