Hamagawa, from the series "A Record of a Journey to Enoshima (Enoshima kiko)"
Hamagawa, from the series "A Record of a Journey to Enoshima (Enoshima kiko)", 1833. A group of people making nori (seaweed) mats for use in sushi
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The Cobblers Happy Family, (c1900). Creator: Unknown
The Cobbler's Happy Family, (c1900). Domestic scene showing a cobbler's workshop in the family home; the cobbler and his assistant making and repairing shoes, wife at the bellows with a cauldron over the fire, a child feeding a baby, and a customer leaning in. Print after Cobbler's family, a painting made late 18th-early 19th century by Thomas Rowlandson. From English water-colour with reproductions of drawings by eminent painters, edited by Charles Holme, published by The Studio Library, [c1900]
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