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This is a portrait of a courtesan and her two attendants. The courtesan wears a red cloak with a peacock flying over peonies and a pale green color kimono with “shippô” (seven treasures) pattern. Her green obi, tied in the front, has design of red and blue clouds with gold plants. She is turning away from a viewer to show the gorgeous cloak. Her hair is sculpted in a butterfly shape on the top and has wings to the side. Tortoise-shell combs and multiple hairpins adorn the hair. Her two attendants flank the courtesan; they wear matching, dark green kimono with chrysanthemum flower design and red underkimono. Their kimono have especially long sleeves (furisode), whose openings are tied with ribbons. Their obi are in brocade and tied on their backs. Their hair is sculpted in round shape on their tops and has side wings like the courtesan. They wear silver hair accessories of cherry blossoms and tassels, long hairpins and red silk ribbons. The attendant on the left holds a battledore pad and the right attendant h
Hosoda Eishi
Beauty under Cherry Blossoms
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund

Hosoda Eishi
Beauties ina Treasure Boat (Bijin takarabune) [Left-hand Sheet of a triptych]
1767 – 1799
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker

Hosoda Eishi
Treasure Boat
1767 – 1799
Transfer from the College of Architecture and Design

Hosoda Eishi
Seven Gods, with a Scroll on Which Appear the Two Characters, Good Luck and Long Life
1767 – 1799
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker