Kunisada started his career as a pupil of Toyokuni I whose name he adopted in 1844 as Toyokuni III. He changed his names several times - a fact that is a bit confusing for the less experienced ukiyo-e collector. In the ukiyo-e literature and catalogues he is mostly referred to as Kunisada or Toyokuni III. Kunisada was not only a brilliant print maker but also an excellent business man who had great commercial success.
Biography Kunisada Utagawa | Kunisada Utagawa - His Life and Prints | Prints by Kunisada Utagawa
|Item #||Bidder||Bid in USD||Winning Bid?||Date||Time|
|60436||japaneseprints1||USD200||yes||Monday, March 3, 2014||3:54:12 AM|
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