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Utamaro Kitagawa Gallery

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Choose from 71 pictures in our Utamaro Kitagawa collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Spider (Kumo) and Evening Cicada (Higurashi) (colour woodblock print) Featured Utamaro Kitagawa Print

Spider (Kumo) and Evening Cicada (Higurashi) (colour woodblock print)

5043950 Spider (Kumo) and Evening Cicada (Higurashi) (colour woodblock print) by Utamaro, Kitagawa (1753-1806); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Volume 1, picture 8. Poems by Tsuburi Hikaru (for the spider) and Hyakkisai Morikado (for the evening cicada). The artist and publisher are identified on the final page of the album. Publisher: Tsutaya J?zabur? (K?shod?). Unsigned.
Picture Book: Selected Insects (Ehon mushi erami)); Japanese, out of copyright

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Tree Cricket (Matsumushi) and Firefly (Hotaru) (colour woodblock print) Featured Utamaro Kitagawa Print

Tree Cricket (Matsumushi) and Firefly (Hotaru) (colour woodblock print)

5043951 Tree Cricket (Matsumushi) and Firefly (Hotaru) (colour woodblock print) by Utamaro, Kitagawa (1753-1806); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Volume 1, picture 6. The artist and publisher are identified on the final page of the album. Cricket on polygonum and fireflies on and above yoshi reed. Poems by Haji no Kakiyasu (for the tree cricket) and Shurakusai Takimaro (for the firefly).
Picture Book: Selected Insects (Ehon mushi erami)); Japanese, out of copyright

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Monkey and Tiger (colour woodblock print) Featured Utamaro Kitagawa Print

Monkey and Tiger (colour woodblock print)

5043782 Monkey and Tiger (colour woodblock print) by Utamaro, Kitagawa (1753-1806); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; (add.info.: Youth leaning on screen decorated with design of tiger, and seated girl, both watching monkey's reaction to its reflection in the mirror. The series title is literally ?Seventh-sign Matches in the Floating World,? referring to the belief that the seventh zodiac sign after the sign of one?s birth was an especially lucky one. Publisher: Moriya Jihei (Kinshind?). Signed: Utamaro hitsu.
Zodiac Pairs in the Floating World (Ukiyo nanatsume awase)); Japanese, out of copyright

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