Though Goyo typically depicts women alone in private spaces, in Two Women After the Bath he presents a pair of women attending to their toilette. The woman in the foreground crouches with one knee up against her chest; a simple cloth drapes around her waist. Behind her, the second woman dabs at her cheek with a cloth. Unlike her counterpart, the woman in the back is simply dressed. Goyo cleverly depicts her face through the mirror towards the view, echoing the work of another master of the bijin-ga (pictures of beautiful women) genre - Utamaro. The silver mica in the background give this otherwise simple prints a shimmering glamour and sophistication. Two Women After the Bath was never printed during Goyo's lifetime. The design was brought to life from one of Goyo's drawings by Yasuo Hashiguchi following his death. Design in 1920, this design was produced by Koichi Hirai and Kentaro Maeda c. 1952.