A Flower Merchant in Japan. Marchand de Fleurs au Japon 1875.

Flower, Merchant, Japan,
A Flower Merchant in Japan. Marchand de Fleurs au Japon 1875.

Japanese flower seller in 1895.

Un Marchand de Fleurs au Japon.

Published by Autour du Monde. Souvenirs de Voyages, Paris, L. Boulanger 1895.

Illustration, damasks, ornament
Note:  Ornamentation of hangings and stuffs. Embroidery and designs for inlaying. Middle ages.

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