Three Festivals

by Edo era artist (not read)

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Three Festivals by Edo era artist (not read)

Japanese Woodblock Reprint
Three Festivals

Comments - Handsome scene of beauties involved in a variety of activities associated with celebrating three different festivals. At left, a seated beauty writes out a poem slip to hang on the bamboo stalk outside the window for the Tanabata festival. In the center, a young woman tosses a ball in the air, holding a battledore for a traditional New Year's Day game similar to badminton. At right, two beauties hold up dolls for the Doll Festival on Girls' Day. An intriguing subject with soft color and nice detail in the setting and furnishings.

Artist - Edo era artist (not read)

Image Size - 11" x 16 5/8" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Vertical centerfold. Slight thinning and paper remnants on reverse at side from previous mounting. Toning, a couple stains. Please note: folded by publisher for storage, may be shipped folded. Please see photos for details. Good overall.

Three Festivals by Edo era artist (not read)
Three Festivals by Edo era artist (not read)