Like a Fox Placed on the Back of a Horse, c. 1834-1842
by unknown Edō period artist
IHL Cat. #2533
There's a Japanese saying, "Like a fox placed on the back of a horse" (狐を馬に乗せたよう- Kitsune wo uma ni noseta yō), an expression used to describe a person who talks very rapidly and absurdly.
Note: The inscription on the print has not been translated.