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18th century freelancers: Suzuki Harunobu's Two Itinerant Musicians, c. 1765-'70, color woodblock print; chuban. In the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago.

18th century freelancers: Suzuki Harunobu's Two Itinerant Musicians, c. 1765-'70, color woodblock print; chuban. In the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Uemura Shoen (上村松園) 1875-1949, Japanese Artist

Uemura Shoen (上村松園) 1875-1949, Japanese Artist

Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信  Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770, Making a Giant Snowball

Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信 Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770, Making a Giant Snowball

鈴木春信  	梅折る美人

鈴木春信 梅折る美人

I'm guessing the book wasn't supposed to be washed. Ono no Komachi's Washing the Book, color woodblock print, c. 1766. In the collection of The Art Institute of Chicago

I'm guessing the book wasn't supposed to be washed. Ono no Komachi's Washing the Book, color woodblock print, c. 1766. In the collection of The Art Institute of Chicago

Coquettish type, from the series "Ten physiognomic types of women" By Kitagawa Utamaro

Coquettish type, from the series "Ten physiognomic types of women" By Kitagawa Utamaro

Utagawa Toyokuni I

Utagawa Toyokuni I

Uemura Shōen (1875 - 1949). The true, the good and the beautiful are what the Japanese painter, explored in her "Bijinga” paintings. “Bijinga”,  literally “pictures of beautiful women” is a genre in Japanese art, which is generally descended from ukiyo-e woodblock prints of the Edo period.  Uemura Shōen was the pseudonym of an important woman artist in Meiji, Taishō and early Shōwa period Japanese painting. Her real name was Uemura Tsune.

Uemura Shōen (1875 - 1949). The true, the good and the beautiful are what the Japanese painter, explored in her "Bijinga” paintings. “Bijinga”, literally “pictures of beautiful women” is a genre in Japanese art, which is generally descended from ukiyo-e woodblock prints of the Edo period. Uemura Shōen was the pseudonym of an important woman artist in Meiji, Taishō and early Shōwa period Japanese painting. Her real name was Uemura Tsune.

Kiyomitsu (1735 - 1785) | Japanese Woodblock Reprint  Two Women Dancing Sambaso. Terrific image of two women Sambaso dancers. The Sambaso is a ceremonial dance performed during Noh and Kabuki plays.

Kiyomitsu (1735 - 1785) | Japanese Woodblock Reprint Two Women Dancing Sambaso. Terrific image of two women Sambaso dancers. The Sambaso is a ceremonial dance performed during Noh and Kabuki plays.

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