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Check for portfolio Record Title Artist Physical Description Artist Life Dates Century Object Creation Date Accession Number Medium and Support
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Sode ga ura, the Bay of Sleeves

Utagawa Toyokuni I

1769 - 1825

18th century

circa 1790 - circa 1806

1948/1.180

large full-color woodblock print (nishiki e) on paper, large-format (ôban), triptych

rank 45.44823

Full Record: x-1948-sl-1.173/1948_1.173.JPG

Courtesan and her retinue on an outing (part of triptych)

Utagawa Toyokuni I

An image of three older women and two young girls standing together outside of a building. The woman to the left wears a plain kimono of black stripes and a green obi. The two women in the center wear layered kimono of orange shades, with the woman on the right wearing star burst designs and the woman on the left wearing a fan and flower design. The two young girls also wear kimono of orange and a different style of star burst pattern. In the background is a scene of trees and a pond.

1769 - 1825

18th century

late 1780

1948/1.173

large full-color woodblock print (nishiki e) on paper, large-format (ôban), part of triptych

rank 45.25093

Full Record: x-1948-sl-1.181/1948_1_180-82.JPG

Sode ga ura, the Bay of Sleeves, part of triptych

Utagawa Toyokuni I

1769 - 1825

18th century

early 1790s - mid 1790s

1948/1.181

Large full-color woodblock print (ôban nishiki e), triptych

rank 44.20092

Full Record: x-1948-sl-1.182/1948_1_180-82.JPG

Sode ga ura, the Bay of Sleeves, part of triptych

Utagawa Toyokuni I

1769 - 1825

18th century

early 1790s - mid 1790s

1948/1.182

Large full-color woodblock print (ôban nishiki e), triptych

rank 44.20092

Full Record: x-1948-sl-1.185/1948_1.185-187.JPG

Complete Illustrations of Yoshiwara Parodies of Kabuki: Courtesans of the Matsubaya (Seirô kabuki yatsushiga tsukushi: Matsubaya no uchi)

Kitagawa Utamaro

This triptych shows courtesans in a garden of Yoshiwara under flowering trees. The inscribed names allow us to identify the women as courtesans of the Matsubaya House, centered on the grand courtesan Yoso’oi (in the central triptych, with the dragon-design obi). Flanking her on either side are two shinzô apprentices, and at the right, two kamuro or child attendants.

The courtesans at left interact with a puppet of the actor Ichikawa Danjûrô VI in his role as Sukeroku. The bearded older man in the center is the villain Hige no Ikyû, Sukeroku’s rival for the affections of the courtesan Agemaki.

1754-1806

18th century

1798

1948/1.185

oban (large size) nishiki-e (full-color woodblock print) on paper, triptych

rank 43.28915

Full Record: x-1948-sl-1.186/1948_1.185-187.JPG

Complete Illustrations of Yoshiwara Parodies of Kabuki: Courtesans of the Matsubaya (Seirô kabuki yatsushiga tsukushi: Matsubaya no uchi)

Kitagawa Utamaro

This triptych shows courtesans in a garden of Yoshiwara under flowering trees. The inscribed names allow us to identify the women as courtesans of the Matsubaya House, centered on the grand courtesan Yoso’oi (in the central triptych, with the dragon-design obi). Flanking her on either side are two shinzô apprentices, and at the right, two kamuro or child attendants.

The courtesans at left interact with a puppet of the actor Ichikawa Danjûrô VI in his role as Sukeroku. The bearded older man in the center is the villain Hige no Ikyû, Sukeroku’s rival for the affections of the courtesan Agemaki.

1754-1806

18th century

1798

1948/1.186

oban (large size) nishiki-e (full-color woodblock print) on paper, triptych

rank 43.28915

Full Record: x-1948-sl-1.187/1948_1.185-187.JPG

Complete Illustrations of Yoshiwara Parodies of Kabuki: Courtesans of the Matsubaya (Seirô kabuki yatsushiga tsukushi: Matsubaya no uchi)

Kitagawa Utamaro

This triptych shows courtesans in a garden of Yoshiwara under flowering trees. The inscribed names allow us to identify the women as courtesans of the Matsubaya House, centered on the grand courtesan Yoso’oi (in the central triptych, with the dragon-design obi). Flanking her on either side are two shinzô apprentices, and at the right, two kamuro or child attendants.

The courtesans at left interact with a puppet of the actor Ichikawa Danjûrô VI in his role as Sukeroku. The bearded older man in the center is the villain Hige no Ikyû, Sukeroku’s rival for the affections of the courtesan Agemaki.

1754-1806

18th century

1798

1948/1.187

oban (large size) nishiki-e (full-color woodblock print) on paper, triptych

rank 43.28915