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First calligraphy of the New Year, from the series A Fresh Look at the Four Accomplishments

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Utagawa Toyokuni, First calligraphy of the New Year, from the series A Fresh Look at the Four Accomplishments, late 1790s, ôban nishiki-e (color woodblock print) with embossing, The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection, public domain, 32.341

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Title

First calligraphy of the New Year, from the series A Fresh Look at the Four Accomplishments

Related Titles

series (translated): A Fresh Look at the Four Accomplishments

series (transliterated): Fûryû kinki shoga

Artist

Utagawa Toyokuni (Japanese, 1769-1825)

Related People

publisher: Enomotoya Kichibei (Japanese, active ca. 1786-1830s)

Date

late 1790s

Medium

ôban nishiki-e (color woodblock print) with embossing

Dimensions (H x W x D)

sheet: 14 3/4 in x 9 13/16 in

Inscriptions & Markings

seal: kiwame

signature/maker's mark: Signature: Toyokuni, ga

Collection Area

Asian Art; Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Japanese Traditional Prints

Object Type

relief print

Culture

Japanese

Credit Line

The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection

Accession Number

32.341

Copyright

public domain

Terms

Japanese woodblock prints

nishiki-e

oban

relief printing

relief prints

The Mary Andrews Ladd Collection

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