Kunisada Utagawa 1786-1865 - Prince Genji and Child Play
Prince Genji and Child Play
by Kunisada Utagawa 1786-1865
Kunisada Utagawa, 1786-1865
Successful Printmaker and Businessman|
||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.|
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||Prince Genji and Child Play|
||Kunisada Utagawa 1786-1865|
||Prince Genji and his attendants are playing a small boat for a child on a velanda. The cherry is blossoming above them.|
||Good ... Embossed.|
||Very good ... Slightly soiled. Slightly creased. Trimmed.|
||3 Oban tate-e|
||29.9 inches = 76.0 cm|
||14.1 inches = 35.8 cm|
||Small and medium-sized prints (90% of all Japanese prints)..
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