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“But it is the woodblock artists who make the story immortal, among them Utamaro, Toyokuni, Hokusai, Kunisada, and Hiroshige.”
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“Gina Collia-Suzuki, an artist in her own right, has been a collector of Japanese woodblock prints, and more specifically those of Utamaro, for many years.”
“Kitagawa Utamaro 1753-1806, who produced in the region of 2,000 woodblock prints during his lifetime, is one of the most well-known and admired figures in the history of Japanese art.”
““Utamaro Revealed”, published by Nezu Press, with a retail price of £22.48, will be launched on October 25th 2008.”
“Ukiyo-e, Pictures of a Brief World" shows more than 100 Japanese "ukiyo-e" wood prints by authors Harunobu, Kiyonaga, Utamaro, Hokusai and Hiroshige.”
“I don't remember her name, but one of her images quoted an Utamaro print with the All-American silhoutte of Superman perceptible through the canvas of a wall tent -- as a prison guard rather than a protector.”
“This unknown Utamaro (above) with Siegal & Shuster's Superman defacing the corner cartouche envokes her memory.”
“Among the highlights are works by Hokusai and Utamaro.”
“Jacoulet, on the other hand, adopted the style of the Shin Hanga (New Print) movement, whose members followed in the footsteps of such ukiyo-e (floating world picture) masters as Utamaro and Hiroshige, who designed and directed the production of their prints, leaving the carving of blocks and pulling of paper to master craftsmen.”
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