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Toyoshige was the student, son-in-law and adopted son of Toyokuni I and changed his changed his name in 1826 following his death. Toyokuni II was a well known designer of ukiyo-e Japanese woodblock prints in Edo (Toyko).
MAKER Utagawa Toyokuni II (Japanese, 1777-1835)
DATE 19th century
DIMENSIONS Width 16 Depth 1 Height 22 in. Sight: Width 10.25 Height 14.75 in.
CONDITION Note: sun faded, acid damage from frame mat, dust cover pealing in places, some chips on frame.
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UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI II (Toyoshige) Japanese Woodblock Print Original
$163 USD SOLD
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