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'The Kinuta', 1775, (1924). Creator: Kitao Shigemasa.

'The Kinuta', 1775, (1924).  Creator: Kitao Shigemasa.

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'The Kinuta', 1775, (1924). Women beating cloth, and listening to a cricket. The Japanese word kinuta refers to a fulling block, a wooden mallet for beating washing or to give a shine to cloth. From the "Ehon Yotsu-No-Toki" by Kitao Shigemasa, [1775]. Published in "Block Printing & Book Illustration in Japan", by Louise Norton Brown. [George Routledge & Sons, Ltd., E. P. Dutton & Co., London & New York, 1924]


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  1. 2-711-138
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  1. Kitao Shigemasa, attributed to: Japanese: Artist, printmaker and poet
People Related
  1. Louise Norton Brown: : Writer, author
  2. George Routledge & Sons Limited: British: Publishiing house, publisher, publishers
  3. E. P. Dutton: American: publishing company, publisher, publishers

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