Koson Ohara (1877-1945). A nuthatcher upon a persimmon tree, kacho-e (In Japanese word for prints of birds and flowers), 1910. During his career he changed his name to Shoson and Hoson. So when you read Ohara Shoson or Ohara Hoson or the other way round as Shoson Ohara or Hoson Ohara, don't be confused.
wo Women Waltzing from Jogaku sekai 「女学世界」 踊る二人の女性 Japanese, Late Meiji era, cancelled 1907 By Ichijô Narumi, Japanese, 1877–1910 Publisher Hakubunkan, PLACE OF CREATION Japan DIMENSIONS Overall: 13.8 x 8.8 cm (5 7/16 x 3 7/16 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Color lithograph; ink and color on paper CLASSIFICATION Postcards TYPE Postcard; artists; Art Nouveau; women ACCESSION NUMBER 2002.933