Artist: Okura KOTOTitle: Two fan-shaped designsDate: c. 1900Medium: Woodblock printSize: 9.75 x 10 inches (each)Two domestic scenes, one of a young woman examining a box containing cloth samples, the other depicting girls catching fireflies.
Okura Koto was a pupil of Ogata Gekko (1859-1920) and is known for single prints and triptychs of the Sino-Japanese and above all Russo-Japanese wars.
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