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Utamaro Uchiwa-bijin: The beginning of ukiyoe is reportedly a picture delineating a life of the people in the latter half of the 16th century. Then, woodprint skill progressed and Ukiyo-e spread to many people at the Edo period (1603-1867). The meaning of Ukiyo is "the transitory world" and "the actual world", and the meaning of E is a picture. Ukiyo-e of those days is equivalent to current posters and picture postcards. This is the figure painting which Utamaro (1753-1806) of the Ukiyo-e artist painted. The meaning of "Uchiwa-bijin" is beautiful woman with a Uchiwa (Japanese round fan).
Material: Japanese paper and Karaki
Size: 225x20x13mm(8.9x0.8x0.5in) / weight: 30g(1.1oz)
|Price: 2,520 Yen|