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Vever Collection, Paris

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Harunóbu: Ama (Fisher-woman) with Tagó (Sea-weed). Water and drapery grey brown, the drapery darker in tone. Kakemono.


Oeder Collection, Düsseldorf

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Harunóbu: Girl coming down Steps. Kakemono.