Published in June, 1955. The winter flowers of the island of Oshima are camellias, from which is extracted a famous oil popular as a haridressing. This print would seem to have been inteded as the right half of a pair, but since "Graines de Camellia" all too obviously features the same three girls, it is unlikely that a pair was ever completed. Fair condition, the back of the paper is toned. The colors of the image are bright, some tape residue.