Japanese woodblock print by Tadashi Nakayama b. 1927, a bold composition, depicting a female figure wearing a red coat with black triangular detail on the left side, her head is turned sideways with long flowing hair, her arms are crossed, holding a loose knot of white string or twine in one hand, on board 24" x 15", silver frame mounted on a black mat, verso in pencil, written in cursive 1957 T. Nakayama, framed by Kanda's Gallery in Tokyo, Japan. The size: 24” x 15” (including mat 32” x 22”).
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