Traditional Japanese Woodblock print of Actors - Illustration

Cultures, East Asia, East Asian Culture, Japanese Culture, Actor

Traditional Japanese Woodblock print of Actors royalty-free stock vector art
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Stock illustration ID:185263655
Upload date:October 16, 2013

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'Kunisada (1786-1865), was in his own time was the most popular and successful print designer in Japan. This print shows three actors against a backdrop of Mount Fuji and appear to about to draw swords. published in 1831 and forms part of my own private collection of original woodblock prints. Kunisada was born in Edo and started out creating actor prints, the initial specialty of the Utagawa school, but eventually branched out into bijin-ga (beautiful women), and even also landscapes. During his lifetime, he produced a vast number of prints. He died in Edo, having made only one documented trip out of it in his whole life!'
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