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When a print has been captured on silk, like this one, think how the water in the bowl and the fish must lightly glisten. This is a work by the Japanese artist Isoda Koryusai (active 1766-1788), known primarily for his portraits of beauties - human ones. This cat is a beauty too with its silver tabby markings, set off with a bow round its neck. But who would leave a pot of goldfish on the floor and not expect kitty to get into it?