March: Playing under the Cherry

by Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)

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March: Playing under the Cherry by Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)

Original Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914) Japanese Woodblock Print
March: Playing under the Cherry

Series; Twelve Months of Beauties, 1898

March: Playing under the Cherry - Attractive spring triptych depicting a couple of girls playing beneath a blossoming cherry tree, one chasing after the other. Two women sit on the verandah at right, chatting as they watch the children. The beauty at right wears a lavender kimono patterned with water plants and tied with a green geometric print obi scattered with peonies. Her companion's robe is shaded from blue to light tan and decorated with baskets filled with cherry blossoms. At lower right, a small tray holds a tiny teapot and cups. A cloth panel is hung from the cherry trees at upper right to provide privacy for the group. A charming design with lovely color and detail in the kimono and obi fabrics. Includes beautiful burnishing on the beauties' hair, the black obi, and the black cushion.

Artist - Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)

Image Size - 13 7/8" x 27 3/4"

Condition - A beautiful clean, crisp print with excellent color and detail as shown. Three separate panels, backed with paper. Please see photos for details.

March: Playing under the Cherry by Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)
March: Playing under the Cherry by Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)
March: Playing under the Cherry by Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)