Number Game, 1897

by Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)

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Number Game, 1897 by Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)

Original Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914) Japanese Woodblock Print
Number Game, 1897

Series; Children's Manners and Customs (Kodomo fuzoku)

Children's Manners and Customs - Charming design from a Miyagawa Shuntei series depicting children in a variety of activities from daily life. These images offer a wonderful glimpse into the life of the upper class in Meiji era Japan, with young girls playing games outdoors, practicing dance or music, or learning valuable skills like needlework. Finely detailed figures are set into softly colored backgrounds, creating delightful images popular with collectors and for display.

Children's Manners and Customs - Charming design from a Miyagawa Shuntei series depicting children in a variety of activities from daily life. These images offer a wonderful glimpse into the life of the upper class in Meiji era Japan, with young girls playing games outdoors, practicing dance or music, or learning valuable skills like needlework. Finely detailed figures are set into softly colored backgrounds, creating delightful images popular with collectors and for display.

Artist - Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)

Image Size - 11 3/4" x 8 1/8" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with nice color and detail as shown. Partially backed with paper. Creasing and rippling at edges. Please see photos for details.

Number Game, 1897 by Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)
Number Game, 1897 by Miyagawa Shuntei (1873 - 1914)