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The god of fortune and children by UtamaroII,d. ca Pinback Button
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The god of good fortune, Daikoku and Chinese children By Utamaro II, d. .
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Print shows Daikokuten, one of the seven lucky gods of Japan, sitting on baskets and holding his mallet in his right hand; a young boy sitting before him is holding up a toy boat with a rat sitting on it. Utamaro, in common with most Japanese, changed his name as he became mature, and took the name Ichitaro Yusuke as he became older. His first major professional artistic work, at about the age of 22, in 1775, seems to have been the cover for a Kabuki playbook, under the go (art name) of Toyoaki. He then produced a number of actor and warrior prints, along with theatre programmes, and other such material. From the spring of 1781, he switched his go to Utamaro, and started painting and designing fairly forgettable woodblock prints of women.
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The god of fortune and children by UtamaroII,d. ca
The god of good fortune, Daikoku and Chinese children By Utamaro II, d. .
Daikoku to karako
Print shows Daikokuten, one of the seven lucky gods of Japan, sitting on baskets and holding his mallet in his right hand; a young boy sitting before him is holding up a toy boat with a rat sitting on it. Utamaro, in common with most Japanese, changed his name as he became mature, and took the name Ichitaro Yusuke as he became older. His first major professional artistic work, at about the age of 22, in 1775, seems to have been the cover for a Kabuki playbook, under the go (art name) of Toyoaki. He then produced a number of actor and warrior prints, along with theatre programmes, and other such material. From the spring of 1781, he switched his go to Utamaro, and started painting and designing fairly forgettable woodblock prints of women.
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Made on: 8/13/2010 8:17 AM
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