Kitagawa Utamaro

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Drying and stretching cloth
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
Drying and stretching cloth, c. 1796/97
New Year Street-Performers, from the illustrated kyoka anthology "The Young God Ebisu (Waka Ebisu)"
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
New Year Street-Performers, from the illustrated kyoka anthology "The Young God Ebisu (Waka Ebisu)", New Year, 1789
The Asahiya Widow, from the series “Renowned Beauties Likened to the Six Immortal Poets" ("Komei bijin rokkasen")
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
The Asahiya Widow, from the series “Renowned Beauties Likened to the Six Immortal Poets" ("Komei bijin rokkasen"), c. 1795/96
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
Chinese Beauties at a Banquet
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
Chinese Beauties at a Banquet, 1788/90
Parody of Minamoto no Yoritomo releasing cranes at Yuigahama
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
Parody of Minamoto no Yoritomo releasing cranes at Yuigahama, c. 1805
The Scoop-Net
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
The Scoop-Net, c. 1800/01
On top and beneath Ryogoku Bridge (Ryogokubashi no ue, shita)
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
On top and beneath Ryogoku Bridge (Ryogokubashi no ue, shita), c. 1795/96
A Test of Skill - the Headwaters of Amorousness (Jitsu kurabe iro no minakami): Osan and Mohei
Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川 歌麿
Japanese, 1753 (?)-1806
A Test of Skill - the Headwaters of Amorousness (Jitsu kurabe iro no minakami): Osan and Mohei, n.d.
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
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