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Utagawa Yoshikazu

Japanese, active 1850-1870


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Occupation or Type

printmaker

Bio

Yoshikazu was one of some thirty artists who produced hundreds of designs during the years immediately following the establishment of Yokohama as a treaty port in 1859. The prints publicized the appearance of foreigners on Japanese soil and provided the public with insights into their customs.

Gender

Male

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Student of: Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese, 1797-1861)

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