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Japanese woodblock print of young woman 1790 Featured Kitagawa Utamaro Image

Japanese woodblock print of young woman 1790

This print 1790 by the master by Kitagawa Utamaro a??1753 a?? 1806 highly regarded practitioners of the ukiyo-e genre of woodblock prints, shows a young girl blowing on a glass poppin (a toy glass pipe), a novelty of the type coveted by the nouveau rich of the merchant class. Sprinkled little cherry flower motifs on the light pink checker- board design of the kimono, as well as the neatly dressed hair evoke the sense of youth, femininity and decency of a daughter from the upper-middle class

© BernardAllum

An impertinent woman, from the series Kyokun oya no megane (Education Seen Featured Kitagawa Utamaro Image

An impertinent woman, from the series Kyokun oya no megane (Education Seen

XIR253103 An impertinent woman, from the series Kyokun oya no megane (Education Seen Through the Parents Eyes) c.1803 and Asahiya Goke the widow, from the series Komei bijin rokkasen, c.1796 (woodblock print) by Utamaro, Kitagawa (1753-1806); Musee Claude Monet, Giverny, France; (add.info.: Une femme impertinente, une estampe de la suite education vue a travers les lunettes des parents (left); La veuve Asahiya, Une estampe de la suite choix de six beautes celebres (right); dimensions 36.6x25 & 36.6x24.5; private collection of Claude Monet;); Japanese, out of copyright

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Courtesan Ide Tama river six Tama rivers series title Featured Kitagawa Utamaro Image

Courtesan Ide Tama river six Tama rivers series title

Courtesan and the Ide Tama river The six Tama rivers (series title), Bust portrait of a courtesan with a white headband and sleeve at face, fan-shaped cartouche in the upper left, in which a man on horse crossing a river with yamabuki bushes on the banks, referring to the Ide Tama river in the province of Yamashiro, the patterns of horseshoes, yamabuki blossoms and waves in blind print on the background of the print and the poem in the elongated cartouche at the top left are also references to the Ide Tama river. (bijinga), Kitagawa Utamaro (mentioned on object), 1795 - 1800, paper, colour woodcut, h 374 mm ? w 257 mm

© Artokoloro


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