Sotoba Komachi - SOLD

Sotoba Komachi is an original color woodblock print realized by Utagawa Kunisada, or Toyokuni the third (1786-1865). 

This color pint has gilded decorations.

Good conditions. Including a frame: 47.5 x 2 x 38 cm.

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M-102734
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Artist Utagawa Kunisada
Typology Original Prints
Technique Xilograph
Period 1800-1849
Signature Not signed
Conditions Good (minor cosmetic wear)
Dimensions (cm) 38.5 x 0.1 x 29.5

Sotoba Komachi is an original color woodblock print realized byUtagawa Kunisada, or Toyokuni the third (1786-1865). 

This color pint has gilded decorations.
Good conditions. Including a frame: 47.5 x 2 x 38 cm.

This fine print shows a scene set in an open environment, with a river in the background, and in the foreground a geisha while she is ordering a cupboard. The woman is wearing a richly decorated kimono. Above, a cartouche with Japanese writing.

The wonderful woman portrayed is Sotoba Komachi. She is remembered in Japan in seven episodes, or seven komachi tales, that talk about this famous poet, intelligent, talented woman and with extraordinary beauty. The traditional Noh theater will be inspired by nanacomachimusic.

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