Lot 1063
Two Edo Period Japanese Woodblock Prints
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Edo period (1615-1868), ink and colors on paper, woodblock prints, includes a print of a geisha dressed in elaborate kimono with carp swimming upstream on the back, beautiful hair accessories, standing under a cherry blossom tree, and a print of a group of ladies inside a house, seated on tatami mats with a lacquered tray in front of them, both prints are framed identically in gilt faux bamboo frames, not examined outside of the frame.

Frame dimensions 24 /34 x 16 3/4 in.

By descent of the Everett Rowland Bridgers family, Wilson, North Carolina

Fading to color; toning to paper; appear to be laid down; not examined outside of the frames.