For the lovely domestic intimacy and the delights of the detailed textile patterns
Several other prints also dealt with Style, as with this How to Wear a Kosode
Its title (in French, at least) is Brume Matinale à Komagata, or Morning Mist/Fog at Komagata.
I'm not showing you the stunning narrative panels, wildly fantastically and brilliantly detailed, depicting adventures with mythical monsters, evil men and women as well as good dressed in wondrously patterned garments to inspire a rich tradition of manga (Japanese comics) and perhaps even numerous catwalks. . .
And speaking of which, let's close this brief review with these absolutely delightful portrait-caricatures of Chats en Vogue Faisant des Mines or Fashionable Cats Making Faces
So, questions: Do art exhibitions form an important part of your travels? Or are you fortunate enough to live somewhere that brings a wealth of world-class curation right to your doorstep? Had you heard of Kuniyoshi? Are you a fan of manga? Would you travel to Paris over the next few months, if you could afford the time and the costs of travel?
Of course, I'm just throwing out questions to generate a conversation, as you know. Feel free to invent your own and answer them or comment on any aspect of this Monday morning post or just say hello . . . Wishing you a good start to your week. . .