Antique ukiyo-e woodblock print of a woman with a look of frustration on her face, wearing a black kimono, decorated with light pink and blue sakura blossoms, and a salmon pink under robe. Behind her are several cottages with trees and mountains, and stylized signatures in the top right corner and middle left side. Ukiyo-e is a genre of woodblock print that was popular during the 17-19th centuries in Japan. The print is set behind glass in a large frame, and the back of the frame lists artist: Gosotei Toyokuni II (1802-1833), From the Gilbert Fuller Collection..
Size: (entire frame) 22″ height, 17″ width (artwork only) 14″ height, 9.75″ width