Kitagawa Utamaro

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Appearing Again: Naniwaya Okita, from the series “Renowned Beauties Likened to the Six Immortal Poets" ("Komei bijin rokkasen")
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
Appearing Again: Naniwaya Okita, from the series “Renowned Beauties Likened to the Six Immortal Poets" ("Komei bijin rokkasen"), c. 1795/96
Yaoya Oshichi and Kosho Kichisaburo (Yaoya Oshichi and Kosho Kichisaburo)
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
Yaoya Oshichi and Kosho Kichisaburo (Yaoya Oshichi and Kosho Kichisaburo), c. 1800
The Chrysanthemum Festival in the Ninth Month, from an untitled pentaptych of the five festivals
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
The Chrysanthemum Festival in the Ninth Month, from an untitled pentaptych of the five festivals, c. 1803
Two Women on Verandah on a Snowy Morning, from the illustrated book "Picture Book: Flowers of the Four Seasons (Ehon shiki no hana)," vol. 2
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
Two Women on Verandah on a Snowy Morning, from the illustrated book "Picture Book: Flowers of the Four Seasons (Ehon shiki no hana)," vol. 2, New Year, 1801
Kintaro, Urashimataro, and Momotaro, from the triptych "Set of Three Sake Cups for the First Month (Tarozuki mitsugumi sakazuki)"
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
Kintaro, Urashimataro, and Momotaro, from the triptych "Set of Three Sake Cups for the First Month (Tarozuki mitsugumi sakazuki)", c. 1800/01
Takashima Ohisa, from the series "Renowned Beauties Likened to the Six Immortal Poets (Komei bijin rokkasen)"
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
Takashima Ohisa, from the series "Renowned Beauties Likened to the Six Immortal Poets (Komei bijin rokkasen)", c. 1795/96
Stone Bridge
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
Stone Bridge, c. 1801/02
Crossing a Bridge in Summer, from the illustrated book "Picture Book: Flowers of the Four Seasons (Ehon shiki no hana)," vol. 1
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
Crossing a Bridge in Summer, from the illustrated book "Picture Book: Flowers of the Four Seasons (Ehon shiki no hana)," vol. 1, New Year, 1801
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