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Origineel drieluik in houtsnede – Mulberry papier – Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865) – ‘Azuma Kudari Gojûsan Tsugi’ 吾孺下五十三駅 (Fifty-three Post Stations along Eastern Japan) – Japan – 1854 (Kaei 7/Ansei 1)

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Veiling loopt tot: 2023-05-27 20:05:20+00:00
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A wonderful triptych by Utagawa Kunisada (1786 – 1865) depicting a scene from the kabuki play ‘Azuma Kudari Gojûsan Tsugi’ / ‘Fifty-three post stations along eastern Japan’ (吾孺下五十三駅). The triptych was published in 1854.

Actor and role:
Bandō Shūka I – Hitomaru no Oroku (left panel)
Ichikawa Kodanji – Tennichibo (middle panel)
Arashi Rikan V – Jirai Taro (right panel)

Note the wonderful detailed kimono with skeletons on Bandō Shūka I, playing the thief Hitomaru no Oroku, and the fox-themed kimono on Arashi Rikan V, who plays Jirai Taro. Ichikawa Kodanji — as Tennichibo — looks on as the action unfolds.

This triptych is in the Waseda collection:

Condition: Good. Colours are slightly faded but largely intact. Nice clean edges. A few small spots and marks. Minor remnants of old backings, but in general the prints are unbacked with nice bleed. Please inspect the pictures.

Your shipment: Between sturdy cardboard. Track and trace and additional coverage (if bidding price permits).

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