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"Bathing beauty" Eisen Woodblock print

"Bathing beauty" Eisen Woodblock print

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Artist : Eisen

Japanese title : Ôiso Station. No. 9 from an untitled series of the Fifty-three Stations of the Tôkaidô Road

Paper size:16.1"x11"  41x28cm

Paper material: Japanese paper

Region of Origin : Japan

The age of pictures:19TH Century EDO Period
Production period:1960~70s (reprint)

Condition: No stains. No tears. No crease marks. Clean.


Originally produced circa 1842. Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Author's Summary

Keisai Eisen (1791 - 1848) was a Japanese ukiyoe artist active in the late Edo period.

Although the motif from Toyokuni was used to depict a woman bathing in a hot spring, Eisen's beautiful women are more lively.
Eisen's beauties are more lively than Toyokuni's. He was confident that he could paint something better than Toyokuni. Eisen's beauty is more lively than Toyokuni's.


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