Print Japanese ukiyo-e Kunichika Toyohara women characters Theater 19th

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G40 30

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150,00 €

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Japanese print on paper Ukiyo-e * type, signed by the artist Kunichika (1835 - 1900) name: Toyohara, representing three portraits of women (bijinga) perhaps at Kabuki theater stages, Edo period Nineteenth century.

This print is in good condition. It is glued to a sheet of paper. It is signed see pictures ( stamp)

A note: traces of restoration on paper (the three sides of paper with each portrait were glued together), spots and jaunissures, well look at the pictures for defects.

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* The ukiyo-e

Japanese term meaning "image of the floating world") is a Japanese artistic movement of the Edo period (1603-1868) includes not only an original and popular narrative painting, but mainly Japanese prints. The main themes are bijinga ( "Paintings of beautiful women"), Kabuki and yakusha-e (kabuki theater images and its actors), Shunga (erotic paintings), Landscape (f? kei-ga) and "views known "(meisho-e) and also the fauna and flora.

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  • Dimensions estampe 70,5 cm x 35 cm