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Toshusai Sharaku, Japanese, (active 1794–1795)
Sumo Wrestlers Raiden Tame'emon and Hanachozan (Reproduction), 1794-1795 (mid 20 c. repro)
Ink, colors and mica on paper
15 5/8 x 10 5/8 in. (40 x 27 cm)


Object Type: Print
Technique: Wood-block Printing
Creation Place: Asia, Japan
Credit Line: Purchase by the Aoki Endowment for Japanese Arts and Cultures
Accession Number: 2019.1.17


Commentary
The famed champion sumo wrestler, Raiden Tame'emon (left: 1767-1825). Hanachozan was the only wrestler who defeated Raiden twice.

Originally published by Tsutaya. This edition was published by Oh-edo Mokuhansa.

Sharaku is one of the greatest mysteries of art history. He popped out of nowhere, created some 140 designs, mostly bust portraits of kabuki actors, and then disappeared from the scene.
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The original piece was created around 1794-95. This re-carved edition was made in the 20th century.

Marks
This work bears the artist's signature, "Toshusai Sharaku."

Medium
Ink, colors and mica on paper.

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