Woman Sitting on a Chair,
by Nakagawa Kazumasa
Nakagawa designed very few woodblock prints. This collection's untitled print known as Woman Sitting on a Chair, is perhaps unique in that it attempts to duplicate his painting style, possibly replicating an existing painting (although a similar painting cannot be found online), rather than being a print whose design was done by the artist specifically for reproduction by woodblock, as in the case of his book design work. (See examples under "Woodblocks".)
Nakagawa did create over forty portraits in oil, four examples of which are shown below.