Ushiwakamaru and Minatsuru-hime
Both Brandt and Ukiyo-e shûka describe this print as one of an aiban series, Mirror of Beauties from Dramas (Bijin awase jôruri kagami). However, this impression is ôban size, and there is no series title.
Keisai Eisen: Third Month, Cherry Blossoms in the Yoshiwara (Sangatsu, Kuruwa no hana): ... of the Shibauraya, from the series Twelve Months of Beauties of the Floating World (Ukiyo bijin jûnikagetsu) - Museum of Fine Arts
Kitagawa Utamaro | A Woman and a Cat | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
In this domestic scene, a young woman sits in front of a lacquered needlework box, folding a length of resist-dyed fabric. Several shades have been used to render the degrees of translucence of the gossamer silk
From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Karauta of the Chōjiya, from the series Courtesans for the Five Festivals (Yūkun gosekku)
vintage geisha art: vintage geisha art: Kitagawa Utamaro (Japanese: 喜多川 歌麿; ca 1753 – 1806 Oct31) "Seated Woman Holding String Ball" (Harvard Art Museums) (late Edo period 1789-1868)• ukiyo-e genre of woodblock print "ôban" format; ink/color on paper • size: 37.1 x 24.6cm (14 5/8 x 9 11/16") • Utamaro was famous for bijin-ga (female beauties) + nature studies (esp. insect books) influenced the European Impressionists