Very Large UTAMARO woodblock print: “YAMAUBA COMBING HER HAIR and KINTARO”

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Seller: ukiarts (334) 100%, Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 223508887265 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE Marvelous Portrait of Yamauba and Kintaro A striking portrait of Yamauba, the legendary mountain woman, combing her hair while her son Kintaro protectively hugs her back. Would be an excellent choice for the collector and stunning displayed on your home or office wall. Utamaro’s masterworks are in the collections of many of the world’s leading museums. Among them are the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the British Museum, London; the Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia; and the Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo. ARTIST: Kitagawa Utamaro, (Japanese, c. 1750-1806). TITLE: Yamauba Combing her Hair and Kintaro. MEDIUM: Authentic polychrome woodblock print. Ink and color on handmade paper. IMAGE SIZE: Approx. 15 5/8” x 13 3/8”; (39,69 cm x 33,97 cm). SHEET SIZE: Approx. 15 5/8” x 13 3/8”; (39,69 cm x 33,97 cm). CONDITION: Exquisite oversize print. Very good condition. Wonderful color and stunning detail. Soft mica background. Slight soiling and wrinkling. Grey mica background. Folded horizontally toward bottom edge by publisher for storage. Please take a moment to carefully examine the scans. Please bid or buy now. Thank you. The Uki Arts Gallery PS: Please click on “Visit Store” to see all of our Gallery’s current offerings. Be sure to also click on "Save this Seller" to see our new listings as they become available. International shipping is only $17.95! Please leave feedback. Condition: Exquisite oversize print. Very good condition. Wonderful color and stunning detail. Soft mica background. Slight soiling and wrinkling. Grey mica background. Folded horizontally toward bottom edge by publisher for storage. Please take a moment to carefully examine the scans., Region of Origin: Japan, Age: Showa era, mid 20th century, Primary Material: Ink and color on handmade paper, Original/Reproduction: Vintage Reproduction

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