Olored Woodcut - Japan - Ukiyo-e - Geisha - Kunisada - Toyokuni III. Stunning woodcut created by Utagawa Kunisada, a renowned Japanese ukiyo-e artist. This work was published in the city of Edo (now Tokyo) in the mid-19th century and is a beautiful example of the genre of ukiyo-e, which translates to "pictures of the floating world", typically features scenes from everyday life, such as landscapes, portraits, and depictions of popular entertainment like kabuki theater and geisha. Ukiyo-e prints played a significant role in shaping Japanese aesthetics and cultural identity. As a prominent example of ukiyo-e art, "Geisha" captures the essence of traditional Japanese culture with its striking features.The print depicts a geisha, dressed in a vibrant kimono. The color scheme of the print is characterized by a rich palette of blues, greens, and pink-oranges. The composition of the work is expertly executed, with a balanced arrangement of shapes and patterns that draw the viewer's eye towards the geisha. The print's fine lines and intricate details showcase Kunisada's skill and mastery of the ukiyo-e technique. Size: 14" x 10" inches / 35.5. We provide a Certificate of Authenticity upon request. We offers a tracking link to ensure peace of mind.
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