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DOUBLE BRUSH DOUBLE BRUSH

A double brush print features a collaboration of two famous artists. One of whom usually creates the foreground picture-scape, and the other creates an inset picture.

EISEN EISEN


EISHI CHOBUNSAI


EIZAN EIZAN


GAKUTEI, YASHIMA GAKUTEI, YASHIMA


GOSEI, SUNAYAMA GOSEI, SUNAYAMA


HIROSHIGE HIROSHIGE


HIROSHIGE II HIROSHIGE II


HOKUJU HOKUJU


HOKUSAI HOKUSAI


KORUSAI, ISODA KORUSAI, ISODA


KUNIHARU KUNIHARU


KUNISADA KUNISADA

Toyokuni lll and Kunisada are the same artist. Kunisada assumed the name Toyokuni lll in 1844, after the death of Toyokuni I

KUNISADA II KUNISADA II


KUNITERU


KUNIYASU KUNIYASU


KUNIYOSHI KUNIYOSHI


SADAHIRO


SADANOBU


SADAYOSHI


SEKKYO SEKKYO


SHARAKU SHARAKU

Sharaku (1784-1785) Reproductions An extremely rare series of prints published in 1940 by Adachi. Adachi succeeded in reproducing these famous prints of the 18th century master, Sharaku, with such brilliance that they rival the original prints. Because these prints were so difficult to make and so expensive to produce, they were limited to an edition of 300. Mica was lavished on the prints, the finest pigments were used, the paper is exquisite and hand-made, and the craftsmen were the finest.

SHIGEMASA, KITAO SHIGEMASA, KITAO

Kitao Shigemasa is mainly known for his Prints of Beautiful Woman and famous Courtesans of his day. He did, however, produce in 1795, this marvelous and rare series of Birds and Flowers.

SHIGENOBU SHIGENOBU


SHIKIMARO SHIKIMARO


SHINSAI SHINSAI


SHUCHO, TAMAGAWA


SHUN-EI, KATSUKAWA SHUN-EI, KATSUKAWA


SHUNSEN, KATSUKAWA SHUNSEN, KATSUKAWA


SHUNSHO


SOZAN SOZAN


SUIAN, HIRAFUKU SUIAN, HIRAFUKU


TAITO, KATSUSHIKA TAITO, KATSUSHIKA


TOYOHIRO, UTAGAWA TOYOHIRO, UTAGAWA


TOYOKUNI l TOYOKUNI l


TOYOKUNI II TOYOKUNI II


TOYOKUNI III TOYOKUNI III


TSUKIMARO, KITAGAWA TSUKIMARO, KITAGAWA


UTAMARO UTAMARO


UTAMARO II UTAMARO II

After Utamaro's death in 1806, his pupil, Koikawa Shunchō, continued to produce prints in the style of his mentor and took over the gō, Utamaro, until 1820. These prints, produced during that fourteen-year period—as if Utamaro was the artist—now are referred to as the work of Utamaro II

YOSHITOMI, UTAGAWA YOSHITOMI, UTAGAWA


YOSHITORA YOSHITORA


YOSHITSUYA YOSHITSUYA


YOSHIUME YOSHIUME


YOSHIYUKI, NANSUI


UNKNOWN ARTIST UNKNOWN ARTIST




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