This page contains a number of prints that do not belong to Gekko's major series. Two groupings appear to be his first attempt at a particular theme, noteably an early Zuihitsu (1884) and his first attempt at the 100 Fuji group (1892), each contains 3 known prints. The 100 Moonlit Views series (1891) published by Takegawa Risaburo contains only 6 prints, suggesting it was a commercial failure. There are also some other interesting items, including 3 Harimaze (literally 'pasted scraps') diptychs from the late 1880's (some of the images in these appear elsewhere in his work) and an azuri-e.
Unknown reference. The box in the foreground has the Genji mon for Chapter 23 , Hatsune, The First Warbler of Spring but the scene shown is very puzzling.
Night Attack of Youchi Sukenari
Hawk and Pine: Yoshite
Snowfall of Cherry Blossoms
100 Moonlit Views
Entertainers in Yoshiwara
Fishing in Tsukushima
Kobikicho Theater, Music and Color
Snow on Shiba Maru Mountain