Original woodblock print, Triptych - Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865) - "Hana no ueno homare ishibumi" 花上野誉碑 (Ueno Flowers: Glorious Votive Table) - 1849

Description
Original woodblock print, Triptych - Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865) - "Hana no ueno homare ishibumi" 花上野誉碑 (Ueno Flowers: Glorious Votive Table) - 1849
Good condition, see description

Original woodblock print, Triptych - Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865) - "Hana no ueno homare ishibumi" 花上野誉碑 (Ueno Flowers: Glorious Votive Table) - 1849

This ukiyoe depicts the scene of the play "Hana ueno homare-hi"(花上野誉碑) in"Shido dera"(志度寺)

Utagawa kunisada assumed the third generation Toyokuni from 1844-1864.
This picture shows the stage of Jōruri called Hana ueno homare-hi.
The figure being drawn is three members.
Depicted is the scene of finding a criminal who killed a parent and taking vengeance.

There are cuts and holes where plums are drawn.

memo(Hana ueno homare-hi story)
Mindani bō Tarō(The main character of the story)' father is killed, so he searches for the culprit and vengeance.

As it is an old ukiyo-e, it has holes.

Lot details
Object
Original woodblock print, Triptych
Material
Paper
Period
1849
Region/ Country of origin
Japan
Artist/ Maker
Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865)
Attribution
Original
Theme/ depiction
Samurai, Woman
Title of artwork
"Hana no ueno homare ishibumi" 花上野誉碑 (Ueno Flowers: Glorious Votive Table)
Condition
Good condition, see description
Dimensions
367×261×0 mm
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