|KEY WORD : art history / paintings|
| Pictures on paper pasted onto small boxes
and prized by women and girls in the early 18c. Most of the pictures were
decorative, undulating, curved shapes *suhamagata 州浜形 or fan-shaped, ougi-gata 扇形 paper that was then surrounded by tinted areas of
color over cut-out forms *fuki-e
吹き絵. Many were identified as such by the words haribako-e to the
right of the painting. These boxes were popular for only a short period
of time and then disappeared from the market.
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