Miyagawa Choshun 1683-1753. A Rare and Important Nanshoku Male-Male Shunga Handscroll.

Miyagawa Choshun A Rare and Important Nanshoku (Male-Male) Shunga Handscroll. Image courtesy of Bonhams.

Miyagawa Choshun 1683-1753. A Rare and Important Nanshoku Male-Male Shunga Handscroll.

Miyagawa Choshun A Rare and Important Nanshoku Male-Male Shunga Handscroll.

Miyagawa Choshun 1683-1753. A Rare and Important Nanshoku Male-Male Shunga Handscroll.

Feast Your Eyes On These Rare Handscrolls Of Japanese Gay Erotica

1-Miyagawa Choshun 1683-1753. A Rare and Important Nanshoku Male-Male Shunga Handscroll

Miyagawa Choshun A Rare and Important Nanshoku (Male-Male) Shunga Handscroll. Image courtesy of Bonhams.

Torii Kiyonobu (1664.1739)

Torii Kiyonobu (1664.1739)

Utamaro, Kitagawa (1753-1806)

Utamaro, Kitagawa (1753-1806)

The undervalued Kobayashi Eitaku (1843-1890) became a novice at the age of thirteen of the painter Kano Eitoku (1815-1891). He climbed the ladder working as a court painter for the Hikone lords became their official painter and was granted the title of samurai.

The undervalued Kobayashi Eitaku became a novice at the age of thirteen of the painter Kano Eitoku He climbed the ladder working as a court painter for the Hikone lords became their official painter and was granted the title of samurai.

The undervalued Kobayashi Eitaku (1843-1890) became a novice at the age of thirteen of the painter Kano Eitoku (1815-1891). He climbed the ladder working as a court painter for the Hikone lords became their official painter and was granted the title of samurai.

The undervalued Kobayashi Eitaku became a novice at the age of thirteen of the painter Kano Eitoku He climbed the ladder working as a court painter for the Hikone lords became their official painter and was granted the title of samurai.

The undervalued Kobayashi Eitaku (1843-1890) became a novice at the age of thirteen of the painter Kano Eitoku (1815-1891). He climbed the ladder working as a court painter for the Hikone lords became their official painter and was granted the title of samurai.

The undervalued Kobayashi Eitaku became a novice at the age of thirteen of the painter Kano Eitoku He climbed the ladder working as a court painter for the Hikone lords became their official painter and was granted the title of samurai.

The undervalued Kobayashi Eitaku (1843-1890) became a novice at the age of thirteen of the painter Kano Eitoku (1815-1891). He climbed the ladder working as a court painter for the Hikone lords became their official painter and was granted the title of samurai.

The undervalued Kobayashi Eitaku became a novice at the age of thirteen of the painter Kano Eitoku He climbed the ladder working as a court painter for the Hikone lords became their official painter and was granted the title of samurai.

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