Comparison of Flowers of the Stations: Hara
(Iro kurabe hana no miyakoji: Hara)
attributed to Utagawa Kunisada; a woman is taken advantage of on the roadside with Mt. Fuji in the distance, the aggressor looks over his shoulder as he pins her down, one of her geta falls to the left while a dog pulls at the red sash of her under-robe, with blind printing on their bodies, ca. 1840s
koban yoko-e 3 1/2 by 4 3/4 in., 9 by 12.2 cm
Highlights of Japanese Printmaking Part 4: Shunga, Scholten Japanese Art, 2014, cat. no. 51
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