This ukiyo-e made by Tukioka Yoshitoshi 月岡 芳年 (1839-1892) is showing a geisha at the chrysanthemum festival. It is extremely colorful with its huge flowers. The dressing of the woman is a kimono with maple flowers on it and a decorated shawl neck in red and blue. She holds her dress with her right hand. The picture was painted in 1888. The artist is well-known in Japan for a wide range of different themes. One of his best known series is One Hundred Aspects of the Moon (1885–1892).