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Kunimaru (1793-1829)

Plum Garden at Sumida River

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#JP6305
Kunimaru (1793-1829)
Plum Garden at Sumida River
Medium:
Woodblock Print
Date:
c. 1820
Size:
10" x 13.25"
Signature:
Sairoro Kunimaru hitsu
Condition:
Good color and impression, soiled, wear around edges

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About the artist

Born and raised in Edo, Kunimaru Utagawa was an ukiyo-e painter and print artist during the Edo period. The student of Toyokuni, Kunimaru was talented designer of bijin-ga, or pictures of beautiful women, and yakusha-e, or actor prints. Not only a print artist, he was an active illustrator after 1808, as well as a poet. Under the name “Ryubi,” Kunimaru studied haiku with the poet Oryuan.  

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