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zzzze: It? Jakuch? (Japanese, 1716–1800) Swallow and Camellia,...

zzzze: It? Jakuch? (Japanese, 1716–1800) Swallow and Camellia, ca,1900 - Meiji period (1868–1912) Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper Dimensions:9 ¼ x 8 ¼ in. (23.5 x 21 cm)
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