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Disagreement eight-year-old boy Confucius Hasai no ko Featured Yashima Gakutei Print

Disagreement eight-year-old boy Confucius Hasai no ko

Disagreement between an eight-year-old boy and Confucius Hasai no ko to Koshi no mondo (title on object) Additional stories from Uji (series title) Uji shui Monogatari (series title on object), The Chinese philosopher Confucius (Koshi) in conversation with a little boy standing in front of him. Behind them a waterfall and rising sun. On the left rocks and branches of a pine. With two poems. This image refers to the story of the boy who asked Confucius what was further away, the city of Lo Yang, or the place where the sun goes down. After the philosopher had given him the obvious answer, the boy objected that you can see the place where the sun goes down, but not the city of Lo Yang, waterfall, Yashima Gakutei (mentioned on object), Japan, c. 1829, paper, colour woodcut, h 204 mm ? w 176 mm

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Number four gate decorations Togaeri Matsubaya Yon Featured Yashima Gakutei Print

Number four gate decorations Togaeri Matsubaya Yon

Number four: the gate decorations of Togaeri from Matsubaya Yon - Kadokazara no Matsubaya uchi Togaeri The Nakanocho for the Hisakataya poetry association (series title) Hisakataya Nakanocho (series title on object), Togaeri, a high ranking courtesan from the Matsubaya house, walks with two maids (kamuro) along New Year's decorations in Nakanocho, the main street of Yoshiwara, the pleasure district of Edo (present-day Tokyo). The 'gate decorations' refer to the traditional New Year decorations, seen in the background: bamboo and pine branches with fern leaves. With two poems. This is the fourth page (vrnl) of a five-part, on which high-standing courtesans (oiran) from the various houses from the Yoshiwara are depicted, courtesan, hetaera, Yashima Gakutei (mentioned on object), Japan, c. 1827, paper, colour woodcut, h 208 mm ? w 184 mm

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immortal sennin A”kyAŽ parody biographies wise men Featured Yashima Gakutei Print

immortal sennin A”kyAŽ parody biographies wise men

The immortal (sennin) Okyo A parody of biographies of wise men by courtesans: a series of seven prints (series title) Keisei mitate ressenden - nanaban no uchi (series title on object), A highly placed courtesan is holding onto a kimono rack, while the two geese under her feet carry her through the air. The immortal Okyo was of royal descent, but left his family to become a monk on a mountain. His family was only allowed to visit him on the seventh day of the seventh month. When his family arrived at the mountain, they saw him fly away on a white crane. This series expresses immortal men (sennin) by portraying them as courtesans, courtesan, hetaera, Yashima Gakutei (mentioned on object), Japan, 1821 - 1822, paper, colour woodcut, h 206 mm ? w 183 mm

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