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Toyokawa Yoshikuni
Arashi Rikan [I or II] in a samurai role
1810 – 1837
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2002/2.357

Utagawa Toyokuni I (Japanese (culture or style))
Iwai Hanshirô [V] as Okaru
1804 – 1825
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2002/2.358
This is a print of a woman. She appears to be dancing, with one leg raised and both arms out to her side. She wears a blue robe with red and pale blue flowers. A man stands behind her wearing a black robe and veil. Behind them is a raised platform.<br />
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Inscriptions: Artist’s signature: Kunichika ga; Publisher’s seal: Hanmoto, Izutsuya; Censor’s seal: Aratame; Tōfuya jochū, Sawamura Tosshō<br />
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This is the left panel of a diptych.
Toyohara Kunichika (Japanese (culture or style))
The Teachings for Women, Scene of Mikasayama Palace: Sawamura Tosshō II as a Tofu Shop Maid
1864
Gift of Dr. James Hayes
2003/1.410.1
This is a print of a woman kneeling on the floor. She wears a red and blue robe with a black sash. Her hair has matching decorations. She holds an object in her left hand. Behind her is a black staircase up to a raised platform with a green floor.<br />
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Inscriptions: Artist’s signature: Kuinchika ga; Publisher’s seal: Hanmoto, Izutsuya; Censor’s seal: Ataratme; Omiwa, Sawamura Tanosuke<br />
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This is the right panel of a diptych.
Toyohara Kunichika (Japanese (culture or style))
The Teachings for Women, Scene of Mikasayama Palace: Sawamura Tanosuke III as Omiwa
1864
Gift of Dr. James Hayes
2003/1.410.2

Toyohara Kunichika (Japanese (culture or style))
Ichimura Uzaemon [XIII] [disguised as] Ren, actually Satsuma no kami
1864
Gift of Dr. James Hayes
2003/1.415

Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese (culture or style))
Iwai Hanshirô [VI] as Tsubone Masaoka, holding a lantern, in a scene from Banzei Okuni Kabuki
1832 – 1836
Gift of Dr. James Hayes
2003/1.430

Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese (culture or style))
Iwai Tojaku as Sushiya no Osato, in a scene f rom Yoshitsune senbon zakura
1832 – 1844
Gift of Dr. James Hayes
2003/1.431

Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese (culture or style))
Segawa Kikunojô [V] as a woman warrior, carrying a chest and with drawn sword
1815 – 1831
Gift of Dr. James Hayes
2003/1.435
In this print, a young woman cowers on the ground.  She wears an elaborately detailed robe with landscape images and a black sash.  Four black birds fly above her.<br />
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Inscriptions: Artist’s signature: Kunisada ga; Publisher’s seal: Tōriaburachō, Tsuruki han; Censor’s seal: kiwame; Chaya musume Oritsu, Iwai Kumesaburō<br /><br />
This is the left panel of a diptych.
Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese (culture or style))
Iwai Kumesaburô [III] as the teashop maiden [Chaya musume] Oritsu (left half of diptych; pair w/ 2003/1.436.2)
1836 – 1844
Gift of Dr. James Hayes
2003/1.436.1
In this print, a woman kneels on the floor, towel in hand.  She is pushing back the sleeve of her blue and white patterned robe and looking forward.  A cloud of steam rises behind her.<br />
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Inscriptions: Artist’s signature: Kunisada ga; Publisher’s seal: Kawashō; Censor’s seal: kiwame; Goemon nyōbō Oritsu, Iwai Shijaku
Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese (culture or style))
Iwai Shijaku [I] as the wife, Oritsu, kneeling by a stream, towel in hand
1822 – 1844
Gift of Dr. James Hayes
2003/1.447

Toyohara Kunichika (Japanese (culture or style))
Imayô musume teikin: Komeya Oseki (Modern rules of etiquette for young women: the Rice Shop Oseki)
1866
Gift of Dr. James Hayes
2003/1.418
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