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UKIYO-E (1620-1867)
Ukiyo-e
refers to a genre of Japanese woodblock prints and paintings produced primarily in the 17th through 19th centuries featuring renderings of courtesans, actors, landscapes and warriors. The term ukiyo translates as floating world, and refers to the notion of an evanescent, impermanent, fleeting world of beauty, and a realm of entertainments independent of the mundane world of everyday responsibility. The greatest artists of the floating world are generally considered to be Moronobu, Harunobu, Kiyonaga, Utamaro, Sharaku, Hokusai and Hiroshige.

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Kuniyoshi

Kuniyoshi

$1,500.00

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Hiroshige

Hiroshige

$200.00

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Kunisada - SOLD

Kunisada - SOLD

$399.99

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Hokusai - SOLD

Hokusai - SOLD

$0.00

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Hokusai - SOLD

Hokusai - SOLD

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Hokusai - SOLD

Hokusai - SOLD

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Hokusai - SOLD

Hokusai - SOLD

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Hokusai - SOLD

Hokusai - SOLD

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Hokusai

Hokusai

$180.00

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Hokusai

Hokusai

$180.00

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Hokusai - SOLD

Hokusai - SOLD

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Hokusai - SOLD

Hokusai - SOLD

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Hokusai - SOLD

Hokusai - SOLD

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Kunisada I

Kunisada I

$1,200.00

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Hiroshige

Hiroshige

$2,000.00

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Eisen Keisei - SOLD

Eisen Keisei - SOLD

$2,250.00

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Nagahide Urakusai

Nagahide Urakusai

$275.00

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