Urashimataro By Kitagawa, Utamaro. Urashima tarō Print shows a man (the fisherman) dancing wearing a kerchief and a skirt with a turtle motif, and a woman playing a shamisen; a fishing pole and the gift box containing time are in the background.
It is generally agreed that he started his career as a pupil of the painter Toriyama Sekien. His early known works are actor portraits and theater programs.Since 1791 Utamaro concentrated his work on single portraits of women. He took his models from the street or from the pleasure district Yoshiwara. The stories of his love affairs with the ladies of the "licensed quarters" are said to be abundant.
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