Kabukie - The Province of Rokuoku

Kabukie - The Province of Rokuoku is an original artwork realized by Utagawa Kunikazu (1830 - 1919) in 1862.

Woodcut print chuban. Signed: Kunikazu. From the series "Dai Nippon rokuju of Rikuoku" (60 provinces of Glorious Japan), The Province of Rokuoku. Meeting of the two rivals in the forest at night, Tanigoro with sumo apron and fan with the national colours. 

Good impression, backed, glued at corners, oxidation, centrefold, a little bit rubbed. 

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Utagawa Kunikazu (1830 - 1919) was a printmaker from Osaka. 

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Artist Utagawa Kunikazu
Typology Original Prints
Technique Xilograph
Period 1860s
Year 1862
Signature Signed on Plate
Conditions Good (minor cosmetic wear)
Dimensions (cm) 19 x 25.5 x 0.1

Kabukie - The Province of Rokuoku is an original artwork realized by Utagawa Kunikazu (1830 - 1919) in 1862.

Woodcut print chuban. Signed: Kunikazu. From the series "Dai Nippon rokuju of Rikuoku" (60 provinces of Glorious Japan), The Province of Rokuoku. Meeting of the two rivals in the forest at night, Tanigoro with sumo apron and fan with the national colours. 

Good impression, backed, glued at corners, oxidation, centrefold, a little bit rubbed. 

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Utagawa Kunikazu (1830 - 1919) was a printmaker from Osaka. He had a famous teacher, the ukiyo-e artist Kunisada Utagawa, who at his time was considered the best ukiyo-e artist. Best or not, Kunisada was quite successful and maintained a huge studio with many young students who may have produced a large number of the designs that were published under Kunisada's name.

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