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Actor Ichikawa Danjuro VII as Kan Shojo, from the series "Great Hit Plays / Oatari kyogen no uchi", 1814 by Utagawa Kunisada, also known as Utagawa Toyokuni III

Actor Ichikawa Danjuro VII as Kan Shojo, from the series "Great Hit Plays / Oatari kyogen no uchi", 1814 by Utagawa Kunisada, also known as Utagawa Toyokuni III

Saitogo Kunitake, Japanese actor, 1810-1816 Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Saitogo Kunitake, Japanese actor, 1810-1816 Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Tōshūsai Sharaku (1794-1795). The Kabuki actor Sawamura Sōjurō III

Tōshūsai Sharaku (1794-1795). The Kabuki actor Sawamura Sōjurō III

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japon-estampe-bois-Utagawa-Kuniyoshi-11

Hosai Print Japan, Circa 1900 Meiji, Komuso - This print depicts the actor, Onoe Kikugora, as a Komuso, a pilgrim monk characterized by wearing a basket on his head and playing the flute. It is by the Japanese artist Hosai, circa 1900, during the Meiji Period. Dimensions: 14 x 9 in

Hosai Print Japan, Circa 1900 Meiji, Komuso - This print depicts the actor, Onoe Kikugora, as a Komuso, a pilgrim monk characterized by wearing a basket on his head and playing the flute. It is by the Japanese artist Hosai, circa 1900, during the Meiji Period. Dimensions: 14 x 9 in

Kitagawa Utamaro, 1788

Kitagawa Utamaro, 1788

Toshusai Sharaku (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, active 1794-1795) / The Actor Nakamura Nakazo by Enkyo / This print portrays the Kabuki actor Nakamura Nakazo the Second playing the part of Mastuomaru in the play "Sugawara Denju Tsnarai Kagami". The artist is known for his stylistic perfection in the portrayal of actors. The large nose and tightly closed mouth with its ends pulled down give a remarkably vivid depiction of the actor on stage.

Toshusai Sharaku (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, active 1794-1795) / The Actor Nakamura Nakazo by Enkyo / This print portrays the Kabuki actor Nakamura Nakazo the Second playing the part of Mastuomaru in the play "Sugawara Denju Tsnarai Kagami". The artist is known for his stylistic perfection in the portrayal of actors. The large nose and tightly closed mouth with its ends pulled down give a remarkably vivid depiction of the actor on stage.

Yoshitoshi, 1839 - 1892, est considéré comme le dernier des grands maîtres des estampes japonaises (ukiyo-e). Ses oeuvres  sont parmi les plus violentes jamais peintes.

Yoshitoshi, 1839 - 1892, est considéré comme le dernier des grands maîtres des estampes japonaises (ukiyo-e). Ses oeuvres sont parmi les plus violentes jamais peintes.

lj7stkok:  halfdry:  tutshie:   yajifun:   dressrehearsalrag:  Ota Masamitsu, Onoe Baiko as the Demon-Woman from the play Koyogari  昭和舞台姿その九... ~Repinned Via Danny Hengel

lj7stkok: halfdry: tutshie: yajifun: dressrehearsalrag: Ota Masamitsu, Onoe Baiko as the Demon-Woman from the play Koyogari 昭和舞台姿その九... ~Repinned Via Danny Hengel

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