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#JPR-109516
Sadafusa (fl. 1825-1850)

Ueno

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#JPR-109516
Sadafusa (fl. 1825-1850)
Ueno
Series:
Modern Flowers of Edo
Medium:
Woodblock Print
Date:
c. 1835
Size:
14.75" x 10.25"
Signature:
Gokitei Sadafusa ga
Condition:
Good color, good impression, soiling, light album backing.
$280.00

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Details

Publisher:
Kikuya Ichibei
Seals:
Kiwame

About the artist

Sadafusa Utagawa was a woodblock artist active during the mid 19th century. He initially lived in Edo, where he became a pupil of Kunisada, who left a lasting influence on Sadafusa's prints. Sadafusa then moved to Osaka. He worked predominantly within the genre of bijin-ga(pictures of beautiful women,) though he also produced excellent studies from Kabuki theater.

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