|Design:||Kitagawa Utamaro (1753-1806)|
|Series title:||Seven women applying make-up using a full-length mirror|
|Size:||38.4 x 24.9 cm (ōban)|
|Posthumous printing from newly cut woodblocks|
Special effects: silver mica on the mirror.
Originally published ca. 1792-3 by publisher Tsutaya Jūzaburō (1750-1797), this reproduction was published ca. 1920 under the supervision and in the studio of Hashiguchi Goyō (1880-1921) from newly carved woodblocks.
Series title in top right print area:
|化||ke||turn oneself into||applying make-up|
|粧||shō||adorn||using a full-length mirror|
Kiwame (‘approved’) censorship seal and Tsutaya Jūzaburō publisher seal in lower right print area.
Followed by artist’s signature:
|画||ga||picture||Drawn by Utamaro|
Provenance: Fuji Arts