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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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    Utamaro Revealed to a 21st Century Audience

  • 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.

    Utamaro Revealed to a 21st Century Audience

  • 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 to a 21st Century Audience

  • “Utamaro Revealed”, published by Nezu Press, with a retail price of £22.48, will be launched on October 25th 2008.

    Utamaro Revealed to a 21st Century Audience

  • "Ukiyo-e, Pictures of a Brief World" shows more than 100 Japanese "ukiyo-e" wood prints by authors Harunobu, Kiyonaga, Utamaro, Hokusai and Hiroshige.

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  • 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.

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  • This unknown Utamaro (above) with Siegal & Shuster's Superman defacing the corner cartouche envokes her memory.

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  • Among the highlights are works by Hokusai and Utamaro.

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  • 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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