In good condition, see the description
Very nice original woodblock print from Utagawa Toyokuni 歌川豊国 (1769-1825) - Courtesan and young man with karako (Chinese children) - Japan - ca. 1790-1800
Woodcut of Edo period.
Dating around 1790-1800.
Scene of Kabuki theater.
Probably part of a triptych
Format: 38 x 25 cm.
Reasonable condition. some signs, traces of ageing.
Colissimo shipping with acknowledgement of receipt. Tracking.
Private collection: JPK n° 5508
Utagawa Toyokuni was born in Edo in 1769, son of Kurohashi Gorobei, a sculptor of dolls and puppets, including reproductions of kabuki actors.
Toyokuni was a pupil of Utagawa Toyoharu, the founder of the Utagawa School, whom his father knew well and who lived nearby, around the age of 14. One of Toyoharu's other students, whose road he crossed, was Toyohiro, whose student was to become the very great Hiroshige artist.
In testimony to his talent, Toyokuni took the name of Utagawa Toyokuni, taking up, as was his custom, a syllable from the name of his master.
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