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Choose from 540 pictures in our U collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Scene from the Chushingura, the Japanese tale of the 47 Ronin (or 47 Samurai). Print shows a person in a sedan chair leaving a residential compound and being stopped by a samurai warrior. Woodblock print by Sadahide Utagawa, 1830-1844 Featured U Print

Scene from the Chushingura, the Japanese tale of the 47 Ronin (or 47 Samurai). Print shows a person in a sedan chair leaving a residential compound and being stopped by a samurai warrior. Woodblock print by Sadahide Utagawa, 1830-1844

JAPAN: CHUSHINGURA.
Scene from the Chushingura, the Japanese tale of the 47 Ronin (or 47 Samurai). Print shows a person in a sedan chair leaving a residential compound and being stopped by a samurai warrior. Woodblock print by Sadahide Utagawa, 1830-1844

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18th Century, 19th Century, 47 Ronin, 47 Samurai, Bridge, Chair, Chushingura, Departure, Early, Exterior, Fine Art, Home, House, Japan, Japanese, Kanadehon Chushingura, Literature, Men, Night, River, Sadahide, Samurai, Scene, Sedan, Stop, Stream, Tale, Utagawa, Warrior, Wood Block, Wood Cut

Konstantin Andreyevich Ukhtomsky Featured U Print

Konstantin Andreyevich Ukhtomsky

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Architecture, Carrara Marble, Chequered Floor, Double Staircase, Gilt Bronze Coffers, Gold, Grand, Hermitage, Interior, Luxurious, Opulent, Ornate, Russian, Stairs, Steps, Ukhtomski

Japanese Woodblock Kuniyoshi, Print Kabuki Actor Featured U Print

Japanese Woodblock Kuniyoshi, Print Kabuki Actor

"Kuniyoshi Utagawa was a popular print master. Trained first in the family craft of dyer, then was probably a pupil of later of Toyokuni. He founded his own style, one so popular that it is said the young men of his time often asked him to tattoo his designs on their bodies. Kuniyohi had a taste for the bizarre, the fantastic and the ghoulish.This print is from the mimic of 100 poems edited in the 12 Century, This image shows the unfortunate wife complaining that her husband did not come home last night. The print dates from 1845 - 1847 and was published by Iba-Ya Sensaburo and forms part of my personal collection.poet nr.: 53, Udaisho Michitsunano hahaaA (Mother of Michitsuna)The actors nane Nakamura Utaemon IV in the role of Fujiya Izaemon, the play: Kuruwa BunshA (Yoshidaya (YA

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