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Third Month: The doll festival, from the series Fashionable Pastimes of the Twelve Months

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Ishikawa Toyomasa, Third Month: The doll festival, from the series Fashionable Pastimes of the Twelve Months, ca. 1770-1777, color woodblock print on paper; chūban nishiki-e, The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection, public domain, 32.50

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Title

Third Month: The doll festival, from the series Fashionable Pastimes of the Twelve Months

Related Titles

catalog entry: Sangatsu (Third Month): The doll festival, from the series Fūryū jūnigatsu (Fashionable Pastimes of the Twelve Months)

original language: 風流十二月│三月

series (translated): Fashionable Pastimes of the Twelve Months

series (transliterated): Fūryū jūnigatsu

Artist

Ishikawa Toyomasa (Japanese, ca. 1770-1780)

Date

ca. 1770-1777

Medium

color woodblock print on paper; chūban nishiki-e

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 9 1/2 in x 7 9/16 in; sheet: 10 1/4 in x 7 9/16 in

Inscriptions & Markings

signature/maker's mark: Ishikawa Toyomasa ga 石川豊雅画 (Picture by Ishikawa Toyomasa), printed, lower left; lower middle Language: Japanese

Collection Area

Asian Art; Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Japanese Traditional Prints

Object Type

relief print

Culture

Japanese

Credit Line

The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection

Accession Number

32.50

Copyright

public domain

Terms

chuban

Japanese woodblock prints

nishiki-e

relief printing

relief prints

The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection

woodcuts

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