|Album/series title:||Azuma Sugata (Images of the East)|
|Size:||20.9 x 30.2 cm (ōban)|
|Original woodblock print|
Special effects: silver metallic pigments on the hair ornament, collars and obi of the ladies on the left and on the right, on the trees on the sliding door behind the lady in the middle, and on the vase with irises.
Published ca. Meiji 33 (1900) by Akiyama Buemon.
This print has a vertical fold in the middle, meaning that it originally was issued as part of an orihon (i.e., folding book).
Artist’s name and red seal in left print area:
Series title in pink cartouche in right margin:
|た||ta||image||of the East|
Publisher’s address and firm name (from right to left) in bottom margin:
|目||me||count suffix||3rd house block,|
|地||chi||earth, land||number 9,|
Provenance: The website of Davidson Galleries