An outstanding,original "Kakemono-e"vertical diptych,of a "Japanese
beauty" out walking on a breezy moonlit evening holding a fan in her right hand.The artist,Keisai Eisen(1790-1848)
specialised in "Bijin-ga" i.e.portraits of fashionably dressed women,geisha & famous
courtesans.His style is noted for its strangely sensual,voluptuous beauty,so typical of early 19thC Edo plebeian art.
Circa:Early 19thC,Edo Period,made in the 1830's& signed by the artist with his seal.Condition:Excellent color,very good state and
impression with light wear.Framed in traditional rosewood frame.Size:9 3/4"x 29".
A fantastic Eisen woodblock worthy of being in your collection.Please note the beautiful