Bob Shaw (1926-1993) worked on the famous 22 Chestnut Street location in Long Beach . He was a solid member of the Nu-Pike gang of famous tattooers. Bob was covered with tattoos by Bert Grimm and other classic old school inkers. Although his work never seemed to have achieved a distinctly recognizable style, he was extremely well respected as a tattoo artist. He worked with Earl Brown and Jack Tryon in Texas before settling in California. This unique drawing that proudly bears his signature and Tattoo Artist underneath is  probably a chest or back design . Most likely right after WWII when the Japanese influence in tattooing was all the rage. This design might well be his own invention as we have never seen the twin dragon, red rose and Geisha girl combined in a fan before. Undoubtedly his masterpiece.