Ichikawa Danzo IV (standing) and Segawa Kikusaburo II in Act VII of ‘Kanadehon Chushingura’

Ichikawa Danzo IV (standing) and Segawa Kikusaburo II in Act VII of ‘Kanadehon Chushingura’

Toyokuni I, Utagawa, 1769-1825

Ichikawa Danzo IV (standing) and Segawa Kikusaburo II in Act VII of ‘Kanadehon Chushingura’
  • Date : 1801
  • Medium : woodblock
  • Item# : FWG17807
  • Condition : Slight fading; residue along reverse edges
  • Dimensions : 14 3/8 x 9 3/4 inches
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  • Price : $1,650


About The Artist

Toyokuni I, Utagawa, 1769-1825

N.: Utagawa (originally Kurahashi) Toyokuni. F.N.: Kumaemon, Kumakichi. Go: Ichiyosai. Ukiyo-e painter, printmaker. Lived and worked in Edo. Son of a sculptor of puppets. Pupil of Utagawa Toyoharu. Influenced by almost every well-known contemporary print artist: a thorough eclectic, but with a number of personal mannerisms. His most typical work consisted of actor prints in which he showed the actors both in their stage roles and in private life. Also illustrated books by Santo Kyod.....

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