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The Kabuki Actor Yaozo Ichikawa as the Samurai Sasaki, 1890, by Hosai Kunikane. Published with the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.  5 x 7 in. blank notecard with envelope

The Kabuki Actor Yaozo Ichikawa as the Samurai Sasaki, 1890, by Hosai Kunikane. Published with the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. 5 x 7 in. blank notecard with envelope

Noh theater - Noh is the oldest dramatic art in Japan, having originally developed in the 14th century.

Noh theater - Noh is the oldest dramatic art in Japan, having originally developed in the 14th century.

Today, kabuki is the most popular of the traditional styles of Japanese drama—and its star actors often appear in television or film roles.

Today, kabuki is the most popular of the traditional styles of Japanese drama—and its star actors often appear in television or film roles.

Tamasaburo Bando jalen wonders why there is a flat approach to this actor as well as why most prints are also aiming for the 2d flatness...as this is what happens when you go to unity you go inot flat d then one d then this unity

Tamasaburo Bando jalen wonders why there is a flat approach to this actor as well as why most prints are also aiming for the 2d flatness...as this is what happens when you go to unity you go inot flat d then one d then this unity

so much fabric, it must be very heavy. 郎 Tamasaburou Bandou

so much fabric, it must be very heavy. 郎 Tamasaburou Bandou

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