Catching Sweetfish in the Tama River under the Autumn Moon (Tamagawa aki no tsuki ayugari no zu)
5043605 Catching Sweetfish in the Tama River under the Autumn Moon (Tamagawa aki no tsuki ayugari no zu) (colour woodblock print) by Hiroshige, Ando or Utagawa (1797-1858); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Autumn moon at Tama River. View across deep-blue water with footbridge in middle distance. Several people fishing, one of whome in foreground is assisted by a naked child. The top of a willow on left just breaks the circle of the full moon. Line of hills across background. Publisher: Maruya Jinpachi (Marujin, Enjud?). Signed: Hiroshige ga. Censor's seal: Tanaka Heishir?.
Snow, Moon, and Flowers at Famous Places (Meisho setsugekka)); Japanese, out of copyright
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Reverie: Zahir-U-Din, from The Garden of Kama
Reverie: Zahir-U-Din, poem from The Garden of Kama and other love lyrics from India, by Laurence Hope (pseudonym for Adela Florence Nicolson, b April 9, 1865 - October 4, 1904). First published, 1901. Illustrated by Byam Shaw, b November 13, 1872 January 26, 1919. Both had lived in India. For a thousand years, neath a thousand skies, Night has brought men love;'. Personified Night wraps her shawl around Cupid