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The illustrations were made by Kuniyoshi Utagawa (1798 - 1861) - a Japanese painter, considered one of the last great ukiyo-e artists. His real name was Magosaburō Igusa, he was educated by Kunisada Utagawa. He dealt with woodcutting and book illustration. He painted landscapes, animals, theater scenes, he became famous for his pictures of soldiers. He created his own expressive style, often capturing fantastic and spooky scenes. In his work, the influence of European art is noticeable,manifested especially in the use of perspective.
The attached artwork shows "Ogiya uchi Hanaogi" is a portrait of the courtesan Hanao of Ogi-ya with beautiful hair ornaments sitting with her assistant.
Courtesan Hanao of Ogi-ya - poster
Size:50 x 70 cm