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Full-length portraits of wrestlers from the Eastern Group, Uzugafuchi on the right and Onogawa on the left (colour woodblock print) Featured Image

Full-length portraits of wrestlers from the Eastern Group, Uzugafuchi on the right and Onogawa on the left (colour woodblock print)

1766511 Full-length portraits of wrestlers from the Eastern Group, Uzugafuchi on the right and Onogawa on the left (colour woodblock print) by Shunsho, Katsukawa (1726-93); 39.2x26.4 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Full-length portraits of wrestlers from the Eastern Group, Uzugafuchi on the right and Onogawa on the left. Katsukawa Shunsho (1726-1792). Oban tate-e. 39.2 x 26.4cm); Photo © Christie's Images; Japanese, out of copyright

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A Lotus Sutra handscroll frontispiece miniature (detail Featured Image

A Lotus Sutra handscroll frontispiece miniature (detail

1766504 A Lotus Sutra handscroll frontispiece miniature (detail) depicting Buddha on a throne addressing Shariputra, 1667 (ink, colour and gold on purple paper.) by Japanese School, (17th century); 27.8x28.7 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: A Lotus Sutra handscroll frontispiece miniature (detail) depicting Buddha on a throne addressing Shariputra. 17th Century. Anonymous. Ink, colour and gold on purple paper. 27.8 x 28.7cm.); Photo A© Christie's Images; Japanese, out of copyright

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Te-ike no hana Hand-picked flower, a term used to refer to a geisha or Featured Image

Te-ike no hana Hand-picked flower, a term used to refer to a geisha or

1766531 Te-ike no hana Hand-picked flower, a term used to refer to a geisha or courtesan who has become the wife or mistress of the patron who bought out her contract with a bordello, illustrating a woman tuning a samisen, with poems by Rakuyoan, Ryueishi and Buwaian Futaki (colour woodblock print) by Shigenobu, Yanagawa II (fl.1824-1860); 21.4x19.1 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Te-ike no hana Hand-picked flower, a term used to refer to a geisha or courtesan who has become the wife or mistress of the patron who bought out her contract with a bordello, illustrating a woman tuning a samisen, with poems by Rakuyoan, Ryueishi and Buwaian Futaki. Yanagawa Shigenobu II (c.1824-1860). Kakuban surimono. 21.4 x 19.1cm.); Photo A© Christie's Images; Japanese, out of copyright

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