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Utagawa Yoshitaki
Edo/Meiji Kamigata-e Printmaker
Japanese, (1841–1899) Originally Nakai Yoshitaki. F.N.: Tsunejiro. Go: Handenshakyo, Hogyoku, Ichiyosai, Ichiyotei, Ittensai, Jueido, Noriya, Satonoya, Yosui.
Yoshitaki Utagawa was a pupil of Yoshitume, known for his ukiyo-e prints. He worked in Edo and Osaka, and was a member of the Kamigata-e school. Yoshitaki was an exhibitor and prize winner at the Naikoku Kaiga Kyoshinkai. From about 1860 to 1880 he was the leading designer of actor prints in Osaka. His work, however, did not escape the general decline of quality in the print field that set in during the second half of the 19th century. His work can be found in the British Museum, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Museés Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, in Brussels, Belgium, and the Tokyo National Museum.

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