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The Actor Onoe Matsusuke I as a Mendicant Monk in the Joruri "Midarezaki Hana no Irogoromo" (Colorful Cloth Profusely Flowered), from Part Two of Act Six of the Play Keisei Ide no Yamabuki (Courtesan: Kerria Roses at Ide) (?), Performed at the Nakamura Theater from the Sixth Day of the Fifth Month, 1787

A work made of color woodblock print; hosoban; part of a multisheet print.
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  • A work made of color woodblock print; hosoban; part of a multisheet print.

Date:

c. 1787

Artist:

Katsukawa Shunko I
Japanese, 1743-1812

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Artist

Katsukawa Shunko I

Title

The Actor Onoe Matsusuke I as a Mendicant Monk in the Joruri "Midarezaki Hana no Irogoromo" (Colorful Cloth Profusely Flowered), from Part Two of Act Six of the Play Keisei Ide no Yamabuki (Courtesan: Kerria Roses at Ide) (?), Performed at the Nakamura Theater from the Sixth Day of the Fifth Month, 1787

Origin

Japan

Date

1782–1792

Medium

Color woodblock print; hosoban; part of a multisheet print

Dimensions

31.5 × 13.9 cm (12 3/8 × 5 1/2 in.)

Credit Line

Clarence Buckingham Collection

Reference Number

1952.365

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