Yoshikazu (fl.1850 - 1870 )

A student of Kuniyoshi, Yoshikazu Utagawa was an important artist of Yokohama-e. This genre of woodblock prints imagined the foreign people, customs, and things that entered Japan following Japanese engagement in trade in 1854. While best known for his Yokohama-e, Yoshikazu also produced a number of historical prints as well.

Japanese Woodblock Prints (1800 - 1868)

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Weaving

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Weaving

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Beauty and Chrysanthemums

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Beauty and Chrysanthemums

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The Great Battle at Kawanakajima

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The Great Battle at Kawanakajima

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Nitta Yoshisada's Battle at Kamakura in the Fifth Month of 1332

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Nitta Yoshisada's Battle at Kamakura in the Fifth Month of 1332

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Battle of Ichinotani

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Battle of Ichinotani

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Battle of Kurikaradani at Tonamiyama in Kaga Province

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Battle of Kurikaradani at Tonamiyama in Kaga Province

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