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The Actors Ichikawa Yaozo II as Kujaku no Saburo, Matsumoto Koshiro II as Hata no Daizen Taketora, Nakajima Mihoemon II as Aramaki Mimishiro, and Nakamura Shocho I as Ki no Tsurayuki (right to left), in the Play Kuni no Hana Ono no Itsumoji, Performed at the Nakamura Theater in the Eleventh Month, 1771

A work made of color woodblock print; from the illustrated book yakusha kuni no hana (prominent actors of japan).
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  • A work made of color woodblock print; from the illustrated book yakusha kuni no hana (prominent actors of japan).

Date:

c. 1772

Artist:

Katsukawa Shunsho 勝川 春章
Japanese, 1726-1792

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Department

Arts of Asia

Artist

Katsukawa Shunsho

Title

The Actors Ichikawa Yaozo II as Kujaku no Saburo, Matsumoto Koshiro II as Hata no Daizen Taketora, Nakajima Mihoemon II as Aramaki Mimishiro, and Nakamura Shocho I as Ki no Tsurayuki (right to left), in the Play Kuni no Hana Ono no Itsumoji, Performed at the Nakamura Theater in the Eleventh Month, 1771

Place

Japan (Artist's nationality:)

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1767–1777

Medium

Color woodblock print; from the illustrated book Yakusha Kuni no Hana (Prominent Actors of Japan)

Dimensions

17.2 × 27.2 cm (6 3/4 × 10 11/16 in.)

Credit Line

Clarence Buckingham Collection

Reference Number

1938.518

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