Japanese Theatrical Scene - SOLD

Japanese Theatrical Scene   is a color woodblock print, realized around  1860  by one of the most famous Japanese  Ukiyo-e  artists  Utagawa Kunisada,  also known as Utagawa Toyokuni III (1786 - 1865) or simply remembered as  Kunisada I.   Published by Toshidama.

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Artist Utagawa Kunisada
Typology Original Prints
Technique Xilograph
Editor Toshidama
Period 1860s
Signature Not signed
Conditions Good (minor cosmetic wear)
Dimensions (cm) 27 x 1 x 38.5

Japanese Theatrical Scene is a color woodblock print, realized around  1860  by one of the most famous Japanese  Ukiyo-e artists  Utagawa Kunisada,  also known as Utagawa Toyokuni III (1786 - 1865) or simply remembered as Kunisada I.   Published by Toshidama.

Signed  on plate on a lower right margin in a cartouche .  With the publisher's house and the censorship seal stamps.

This wonderful modern artwork represents a  dramatic kabuki  scene with three main characters fighting and showing all the beauty of their hairstyles and traditional clothes.

In very good condition, except for a visible brown stain on the lower margin, and some minor defects on the gilded wooden frame included  (cm 27 x 38.5). 

An amazing Japanese print, with an excellent inking and with shiny colors, a  piece absolutely to include in your art collection!

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