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Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) was a master ukiyo-e artist of the later Edo period. Kuniyoshi apprenticed with Toyokuni and, in turn, had numerous pupils who continued his branch of the Utagawa school. Among the most notable were Yoshitoshi and Yoshiiku. Kuniyoshi was also a major influence on Chikanobu and other late 19th century ukiyo-e artists.

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The Ninth Hour (Hi kokonotsu no toki): Noon; Woman Playing with Cat, Fishmonger and Dog, from the series Sundial of Modern Tradesmen (Tôsei akindo hidokei) Japanese Edo period about (Bunsei Artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi Asian Cat, Art Occidental, Geisha Art, Japanese Cat, Kuniyoshi, Cat People, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Japan Art

Noon by Kuniyoshi; from the Sundial of Modern Tradesmen series (1820s).

Japanese Ukiyo-e- Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Four O'Clock in the Afternoon (Hi nanatsu no toki): Woman Writing, Water Seller, from the series Sundial of Modern Tradesmen (Tôsei akindo hidokei) Japanese Folklore, Kuniyoshi, Japanese History, Japanese Painting, In Ancient Times, Japanese Prints, Japan Art, Print Artist, Woodblock Print

Four o'Clock in the Afternoon by Kuniyoshi; from the Sundial of Modern Tradesmen series (1820s).

Eight O'Clock in the Morning (Hi itsutsu no toki): Woman Brushing Her Teeth, Flower Seller, from the series Sundial of Modern Tradesmen (Tôsei akindo hidokei) 「当世商人日時計 日五つ時」 Japanese Edo period about (Bunsei Artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese, Japanese Art Prints, Japanese Drawings, Japanese Tattoo Designs, Geisha Kunst, Geisha Art, Japan Illustration, Japanese Mythology, Japan Painting, Kuniyoshi

Eight o'Clock in the Morning by Kuniyoshi; from the Sundial of Modern Tradesmen series (1820s). This series shows women doing daily activities. with a tradesman in a square inset.

Untitled 1837 by Japanese artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi Size: Chûtanzakuban (about 14 by Publisher: Tsujioka-ya Bunsuke. via Kuniyoshi Project Cthulhu, Le Kraken, Samurai, Motif Art Deco, Octopus Art, Kuniyoshi, 1 Tattoo, Art Japonais, Japanese Painting

Octopus by Kuniyoshi from an untitled series of water creatures ca. 1837

The Spirit of KUNIYOSHI, from Ukiyoe to Japanese Modern Paintings, at Yokohama Museum of Art, Kanagawa - Seasonable Traditions & Japanese Culture Japanese Modern, Japanese Prints, Japanese Culture, Samurai, Miyamoto Musashi, Japan Painting, Kuniyoshi, Art Japonais, Artists

宮本武蔵の鯨退治

江戸初期の剣客・宮本武蔵を描いた浮世絵で、鯨退治の伝説をもとに描かれています。三枚続きの画面いっぱいに横たわる大鯨。海面は斜に迫り上がり、平衡感覚を失う程に荒れ狂っており、一方画面の右上端に切り取られた空には暗雲が立ちこめているが、鯨の背に乗る武蔵の表情には一抹のかげりも無く、自信に満ちあふれています。

Canvas Print-Woman Fastening her Skirts; from the series Five Pictures of Low Tide, late inch Box Canvas Print made in the UK Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Fine Art Prints, Canvas Prints, Kuniyoshi, Japanese Illustration, Museum Of Fine Arts, Woodblock Print, Sleep

Getting Ready to Go Clamming by Kuniyoshi from the series Gathering Shellfish at Low Tide (1830)

Kuniyoshi, Utagawa (Japanese, Ukiyo-e, Poet gazing at waves against… Japanese Artwork, Japanese Painting, Japanese Prints, Japanese Woodcut, Kuniyoshi, Art Japonais, Japan Art, Museum Of Fine Arts, Woodblock Print

Japanese Ukiyo-e (Pictures of the Floating World) and other Prints, Paintings

Exhibition: “Japanese Paintings and Prints: Celebrating LACMA’s 50th Anniversary” July 5, 2015 – September 20, 2015 Los Angeles County Museum of Art Pavilion for Japanese Art, East Wing…

Utagawa Kuniyoshi: Shiohi goban no uchi 汐干五番之内 (Five prints of Shell-Gathering at Low Tide) - British Museum Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Geisha, Oriental, Kuniyoshi, Japanese Painting, Museum Of Fine Arts, Print Artist, Woodblock Print

Catching a Flounder by Kuniyoshi from the series Gathering Shellfish at Low Tide (1830)

"Taishun (大舜)" known in Chinese as T’a Shun (Dashun), Utagawa Kuniyoshi - part of the series "Mirror of the Twenty-four Paragons of Filial Piety" (Nijûshi-kô dôji kagami, 二十四孝童子鑑), The legend of Taishun: Despite a neglectful father who Japanese Prints, Japanese Art, Japanese Yokai, Chinese Prints, Filial Piety, Japan Painting, Kuniyoshi, Elephant Art, Woodblock Print

Kuniyoshi, 24 Paragons of Filial Piety - Taishun Tending the Fields Assisted by Elephants

Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) 24 Paragons of Filial Piety: Taishun Tending the Fields Assisted by Elephants , 1840. Oban yoko-e. This print is from the 1840 collection 24 Paragons of Filial Piety . The series is very collectible and fairly rare, perhaps on account of the unusual western influence in the drawing for such an early print. The print of Taishun is the first of the series and the most striking. Elephants were not seen in Edo Japan and Kuniyoshi’s drawing of them would have relied

Kakemono-e (a vertical diptych approximately 28 by 10 inches or 72 by 25 centimeters) Description: Dragon and clouds Date: Publisher: Unidentified seal Japanese Tatoo, Japanese Dragon, Japanese Art, Traditional Japanese, Japanese Animals, Korean Art, Asian Art, Japanese Gifts, Kuniyoshi

Dragon and Clouds by Kuniyoshi from an untitled series of water creatures ca. 1837

Sharks Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Style: Ukiyo-e Genre: animal painting Japanese Drawing, Japanese Painting, Art And Illustration, Art Occidental, Art Asiatique, Kuniyoshi, Art Japonais, Japanese Prints, Japan Art

Sweetfish (ayu) and Bush Clover by Kuniyoshi from an untitled series of water creatures ca. 1837