This is a print of Uneme from the Noh Play, Uneme or Plum Blossom.

Moved by the beauty of spring as a nobleman is traveling, he recites a poem about cherry blossoms. Suddenly, his poetry is admonished by a woman who appears and then approaches him. As she is about to disappear, she tells him that she will come again in her true form by the light of the moon that night. The traveler decides to take a rest and wait for the lady to appear. The woman appears as the spirit of plum blossoms, talks to him of the beauty of those flowers and dances.

I took this synopsis from: A GUIDE TO NO, UNEME, by P.G. O’Neill