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Like Kunisada, Kuniyoshi started as a pupil of Utagawa Toyokuni I. Kuniyoshi was not as popular as Kunisada during his life time and had some hard times to overcome. It is said that in his younger years he had to repair and sell floor mats to make a living. His style and subjects embrace a wide variety from landscapes, Kabuki portraits, heroic episodes to some rather bizarre prints. He also experimented somewhat with Western styles.
Biography Kuniyoshi Utagawa
|Item #||Bidder||Bid in USD||Winning Bid?||Date||Time|
|59136||sam-mu-raj||USD150||yes||Monday, December 9, 2013||1:53:32 PM|
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