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Woman of Ôshima (Ôshima no anko), from the series Folk Customs of Japan (Nihon minzoku zufu)
1946 (Shôwa 21), March
Artist Maeda Masao (Japanese, 1904–1974)
27.9 x 20.4 cm (11 x 8 1/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Woodblock print; ink and color on paper
Not On View
From a portfolio of 12 works by 10 artists.
The titles of the individual prints were on a separate sheet included in the portfolio.
MFA prints in the series (complete): 65.1058, 65.1061, 65.1063, 65.1065, 65.1066, 65.1070, 65.1072, 65.1073, 65.1074, 65.1075, 65.1090, 65.1099
Maeda Masao (in block)
1965, gift of Robert T. Paine to the MFA.
Gift of Robert T. Paine