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Ono no Komachi Washing the Copybook (Soshiarai Komachi)
Torii Kiyomasu II
Japanese, active early 18th century
Ono no Komachi Washing the Copybook (Soshiarai Komachi), Edo period (1615–1868), 1735/40
High-Ranking Courtesans of the Three Capitals - A Set of Three (Santo tayu sanpukutsui)
Torii Kiyomasu II
Japanese, 1706 (?)–1763 (?)
High-Ranking Courtesans of the Three Capitals - A Set of Three (Santo tayu sanpukutsui), c. 1740
Advertisement of the drama "Haru no Akebono Kuruwa Soga," at the Ichimura Theatre
Torii Kiyomasu II
Japanese, 1706 (?)–1763 (?)
Advertisement of the drama "Haru no Akebono Kuruwa Soga," at the Ichimura Theatre
Autumn: Harvesting Rice (Aki: inekari no zu), No. 3 from the series "The Four Seasons of Farmers (Shiki no hyakusho)"
Torii Kiyomasu II
Japanese, 1706 (?)–1763 (?)
Autumn: Harvesting Rice (Aki: inekari no zu), No. 3 from the series "The Four Seasons of Farmers (Shiki no hyakusho)", c. 1730s
Beauties of the Three Capitals: Edo (right), Kyoto (center), and Osaka (left)
Attibuted to Torii Kiyomasu II
Japanese, 1706 (?)–1763 (?)
Beauties of the Three Capitals: Edo (right), Kyoto (center), and Osaka (left), c. 1729
Returning Sails at Yabase (Yabase no kihan), No. 5 from the series "Eight Views of Omi (Omi hakkei)"
Torii Kiyomasu II
Japanese, 1706 (?)–1763 (?)
Returning Sails at Yabase (Yabase no kihan), No. 5 from the series "Eight Views of Omi (Omi hakkei)", c. 1730s
Knocking the snow from a pair of clogs
Torii Kiyomasu II
Japanese, 1706 (?)–1763 (?)
Knocking the snow from a pair of clogs, c. 1730s
A Poster for the Ichimura Theatre (Ichimuraza tsuji banzuke)
Torii Kiyomasu II
Japanese, 1706 (?)–1763 (?)
A Poster for the Ichimura Theatre (Ichimuraza tsuji banzuke), c. 1715
A Modern Version of Urashima Taro
Attributed to Torii Kiyomasu II
Japanese, 1706 (?)–1763 (?)
A Modern Version of Urashima Taro, 1730s
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