Yokohama Print from Cultural History of Japan

In my “On the Horizon” post, I mentioned a print reproduced in  an art history of Japan which depicted a woman in traditional dress riding a bicycle. The book mentions it only as a Yokohama print, with Fuji in the background.

Source: The Cultural History of Japan, Henri Stierlin.  Printed by Aurum Press in London, 1983.  All photographs and prints were attributed to Stierlin.

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3 Responses to Yokohama Print from Cultural History of Japan

  1. Mudpuddle says:

    Great Picture!! I'd call it Zen and Art of Bicycle Riding…
    single speed, oldsters, it looks like…

  2. Stephen says:

    Glad you liked it! I had you in mind when I decided to scan and share..

  3. Mudpuddle says:

    many tx: much appreciated!!

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