KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA Japanese Woodblock Print Reprint ROURI HAKUCYOU CYOUJYUN Japan. Picture frame is not included. “Tsuzoku suikoden gouketsu hyakuhachchinnohitori” is a popular series which was published sequentially for about 10 years from around Bunsei 10 (1827) to Tenpo 7 (1836). The rough animation of the entire screen and the craftsmanship of the elaborately crafted details strike a perfect balance, conveying all the characteristics of Kuniyoshi’s art. This work is known as “sluice breaking” and is reputed to be a masterpiece of musha-e. 38.5 × 26.2 cm paperEchizen kizuki Bousyo. Explanation in Japanese and English. Kuniyoshi Utagawa was an ukiyo-e artist who was active at the end of the Edo period. Because of his unique style, he is called “fantasy painter” and has recently been gaining popularity among a wide range of people. In the rankings of Ukiyoe artists at that time, Hiroshige, a Ukiyoe landscape painter, was named Kuniyoshi, a Mushae painter. His works full of rebellious and satirical spirit were overwhelmingly supported by people at that time, and many disciples gathered to form the largest faction of Ukiyoe artists. The genealogy includes Japanese painters in the Showa period. International Buyers – Please Note. The item “KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA Japanese Woodblock Print Reprint ROURI HAKUCYOU CYOUJYUN Japan” is in sale since Saturday, February 8, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “psychedelic0327″ and is located in gifu. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Featured Refinements: Japanese Woodblock Print
- Region of Origin: Japan
- Primary Material: Washi Paper
- Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
- Color: Multi-Color
- Type: Paintings