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A woman as a pilgrim at the Yoshiwara station. Colour woodcut by Kunisada, 1830/1835.
- Utagawa, Toyokuni, 1786-1865.
About this work
Edo [Tokyo] : [publisher not identified], [1830/1835]
1 print : woodcut, printed in colours
Tōkaidō gojūsan tsugi no uchi: along the fifty-three stations of the Tōkaidō highway, no. 15
One print from a set of fifty-three chūban size prints (fifteen of which are in this catalogue)
Kunisada used Hiroshige's landscapes from a set of the same name to provide backgrounds for the beautiful women of his designs, from the early to middle 1830s
The numbering in ink has been crudely added to these later impressions by hand to each print
Bears publisher's mark, censor's seal and set title
Wellcome Library no. 37054i