A beautiful untitled print of a 'Japanese Beauty at her Mirror' by Hirano Hakuhõ (1932). Printed on luxury pearlescent finish paper with conservation quality mount board.
Pictures of beautiful women, ‘Bijinga', were first established by the Japanese ukiyo-e masters of the Edo period and reintroduced in the 20th century by ‘Shin-hanga’ artists such as Hirano Hakuhô. This is a common pose as the back of the neck is considered most desirable in Japan. Her beautiful robe has a traditional waves and wheels design.
Size: 30 cm x 21 cm