Young Women during the Horeki Period

by Kiyohiro (active 1737 - 1776)

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Young Women during the Horeki Period by Kiyohiro (active 1737 - 1776)

Kiyohiro (active 1737 - 1776) Japanese Woodblock Reprint
Young Women during the Horeki Period

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Adachi Taisho Era Reprints - This print comes from a reprint series of one hundred ukiyo-e masterpieces published by Adachi and printed by Kokko-sha Printing Company beginning in Taisho 13 (1924). Adachi issued two or three prints each month, expecting the series to take three years to complete. Prints could be purchased by subscription at a lower price. See example of publisher's information below (not included). Each print comes mounted at two corners to the original folder with a title slip, accompanied by a text sheet in English or in both English and Japanese. A rare opportunity to acquire a fine quality reprint as originally issued.

Young Women during the Horeki Period - Charming scene of two beauties on a verandah on a summer day. Dressed in light cotton kimono, they sit on the edge of the porch, one clipping her toenails, the other soaking and washing her feet in a wooden tub. A nice look at everyday life in the Edo era.

Artist - Kiyohiro (active 1737 - 1776)

Image Size - 15" x 97/8" + margins as shown; folder 18 1/8" x 12 1/4"

Condition - This print with excellent detail as shown. Toning, natural wrinkle in paper near bottom edge. Folder has toning and spotting. Please see photos for details.

Young Women during the Horeki Period by Kiyohiro (active 1737 - 1776)
Young Women during the Horeki Period by Kiyohiro (active 1737 - 1776)
Young Women during the Horeki Period by Kiyohiro (active 1737 - 1776)

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