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Sleepy: Salamanders from Izu Province

Description: A woman rests her head on her hand and appears to be sleeping. Her kimono is brown and striped. A scene on the wall behind her is of some men in the landscape who appear to be climbing a mountain. Some Japanese text is also part of the woodblock print.
Date: 1852
Creator: Utagawa Kuniyoshi & Utagawa Yoshitori-jo

Wanting to Be Independent: Cloth from Echigo Province

Description: Woman looking into a hand-held mirror and dabbing at her forehead is the main portion of the composition. Her kimono consists of two colors and patterns, one pale purple and the collar red. A landscape scene is behind the woman with people toting bushels of straw and others working in the water.
Date: 1852
Creator: Utagawa Kuniyoshi & Utagawa Yoshitori-jo

Owari Province

Description: A woman in a patterned kimono is in front of a scene of two people building a fire. In the upper right corner of the artwork is some Japanese text.
Date: 1852
Creator: Utagawa Kuniyoshi & Utagawa Yoshitori-jo

Wanting to Wear This: Hida Province

Description: A woman in a brown flowered and blue and black striped kimono leans forward while holding folded fabric. Behind her is a scene of men with a fishing net between two boats in the water. Japanese text is included in small insets in the composition of the print.
Date: 1852
Creator: Utagawa Kuniyoshi & Utagawa Yoshi-jo