Standing Courtesan Tachisugata yûjo zu 立姿遊女図 Japanese, Edo period, about Hôei (1704–11) to Shôtoku (1711–16) era Matsuno Chikanobu, Japanese, active 1704–1736, Hanging scroll; ink, color, gold, and silver on silk, MFA
Kato Kiyomasa. Vertical Dyptich by Yoshitoshi Tsukioka. Published by Maruya Jimpachi, 1867A vertical diptych of Kato Kiyomasa ( 1562-1611 ). A famous general best known for his participation in the invasion of Korea. Shows him seated before his personal banner inscribed Nan myo no rengekyo, “Hail Lotus Sutra.” On his breast is his mon, a large ring.
Japanese hanging scroll, Kitagawa Utamaro, Coquettish type, from the series "Ten physiognomic types of women", Edo Period, 18th century
蹄斎 北馬（ていさい ほくば、明和7年（1770年)- 弘化元年（1844年）とは、江戸時代後期の浮世絵師 Standing courtesan. Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk. Circa 1804-1818, Japan, by artist Teisai Hokuba. MFA (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)