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手紙を書く女, 春章 Woman Writing a Letter, Shunsho Card Decks
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Form Factor: Bicycle Playing Cards
<p>Personalize a set of the world’s most well-known and respected playing cards. Made with patented casino quality paper and a color printing process that is second to none, these cards are the mark of the premium quality Bicycle has represented since 1885. Make a deck with your photos, text, or designs for a fun birthday gift, wedding favor, or to stylize your home poker tournament as a cut above the rest.</p>
  • Dimensions: 2.5" x 3.5"; poker size playing cards.
  • Easy to shuffle, durable semi-gloss cards.
  • 52 playing cards and 2 Jokers per deck.
  • Comes with standard Bicycle cardboard case.
  • Made in Kansas City, Kansas.
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手紙を書く女, 春章 Woman Writing a Letter, Shunsho
Katsukawa Shunshō (1726 - January 19, 1792) was a Japanese painter and printmaker in the ukiyo-e style, and the leading artist of the Katsukawa school. Shunshō studied under Miyagawa Shunsui, son and student of Miyagawa Chōshun, both equally famous and talented ukiyo-e artists. Shunshō is most well-known for introducing a new form of yakusha-e, prints depicting Kabuki actors. However, his bijinga (images of beautiful women) paintings, while less famous, are said by some scholars to be "the best in the second half of the [18th] century".

Shunshō first came to Edo to study haiku and painting. He became a noted printmaker of actors with his first works dating from 1760. Though originally a member of the Torii school, he soon broke away and began his own style, which would later be dubbed the Katsukawa school. Among his students were the famous ukiyo-e artists Shunchō, Shun'ei, and Hokusai.
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手紙を書く女, 春章 Woman Writing a Letter, Shunsho Card Decks

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Artwork designed by ukiyoemuseum. Made by The United States Playing Card Company in Erlanger, KY. Sold by Zazzle.
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Product ID: 256243699541778437
Made on: 7/12/2012 6:48 AM
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