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Bar Girl in a Port Town (Minato no onna), from the series Women's Customs in Japan (Nihon jozoku sen)
Feminine and Independent (Amsterdam, Nihon no hanga exh. cat. 5, 2011), cat. no. 20; Smith, Japanese Prints During the Allied Occupation (2002), #49
25.3 x 19.8 cm (9 15/16 x 7 13/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Woodblock print; ink and color on paper
Not On View
From a portfolio of 10 works by 5 artists.
MFA prints from the portfolio (complete): 55.483, 55.484, 59.836, 59.837, 59.844, 65.1059, 65.1062, 65.1069, 65.1077, 65.1094
日本女俗選 日本版画協会自刻作品 ＊前川千帆「舞妓」「大原女」「七夕祭」／恩地孝四郎「湯がへり」「花時」／川西英「港の女」／関野凖一郎「東北のいろり端」「輪髪」／斎藤清「蕗刈る乙女」「漁村の女」＊
Artist's seals: Kawanishi, Hide
1965, gift of Robert T. Paine to the MFA.
Gift of Robert T. Paine