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Toyokuni III Utagawa

Japanese Edo Woodblock Diptych of Kabuki Actors



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Framed Japanese woodblock print from the Edo period.

  • Nishiki-e, ink and color on paper portraying kabuki actors from the Edo period by Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III, Japanese 1786-1865).
  • Gallery label on verso.
  • In giltwood frame under glass.


Birmingham Art Gallery, Michigan

Collection of Sheldon and Heather Siegel


"Poetry in Print: Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Collection of the Saginaw Art Museum." Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art at Midland Center for the Arts. Midland, Michigan, 2014.

Condition Report

Overall good condition with some faint staining at the center lower portion of prints.

Some fading.

Tears to paper backing.

Art not examined outside of frame.


Height: 19.6 inches / 49.78 cm
Width: 24.75 inches / 62.87 cm

Sight Height:  13.75 inches / 34.92 cm

Sight Width: 19.5 inches / 49.53 cm


Paper, Clear Glass, Gilt Wood

Decorative Style

Asian Decorative Arts

Country of Origin


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