(1752-1806)
Beauty with image of Shôki; Fifth Month
Date: ca. 1792-3
Paintings of Shôki were traditionally displayed on Boy’s Day. A large banner for the boy’s festival with an image of Shôki, a symbol of protection from evil and illness has been hung. In front a mother points at Shôki, whereas the baby boy is scared by the huge image. Three other designs are in the Art Institute of Chicago. From a series on the Twelve Months.
Publisher: Wakasaya Yoichi
Size: chûban
Signed:
Condition: Very good impression, color and condition. Clean. Slight trimming.
Sealed: “Uta” in circle
Inventory Number: UTA035
$4200
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