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Bridal journey in Hardanger by Adolph Tidemand

Bridal journey in Hardanger by Adolph Tidemand

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Artists in the Spotlight: Utagawa Kunisada

Portrait von Utagawa Kunisada Utagawa Kunisada was founded in 1786 as Sumida Shagor? Born in Honjo, a district of Edo, now Tokyo, the son of a ferry operator who died shortly after Sumida's birth. The inherited ferry service secured Shogor? regardless of his artistic career existence. Shogor's early sketches made an impression on the head of the Utagawa school: Utagawa Toyokuni (1769 - 1825). Around 1800, Shogor? received from Toyokuni in the Utagawa School and received from him a stage name, which was composed in part of the name of the school and that of his master: Utagawa Kunisada (based on Toyokuni). Kunisada quickly became the most important artist of the Utagawa school with his color woodcuts, which included large format prints and book illustrations. Hi...

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