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Kiyonaga

Torii Kiyonaga

1752-1815

Customs of the Eastern Capital
(Fuzoku Azuma no Nishiki)

a young lady of a samurai family leads the way, with two maids, one carrying a box, the other holding an umbrella over the lady, a man-servant follows with picnic boxes suspended from a pole over his shoulders; signed Kiyonaga ga, ca. 1783

oban tate-e 38.6 by 25.1 cm.

For comparison see Hirano, Kiyonaga: A Study of His Life and Works, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, 1939, plate no. 577, p. 325.

price: $ 7,500

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