[oo-tah-mah-raw; English oo-tuh-mahr-oh]
- Ki·ta·ga·wa [kee-tah-gah-wah] /ˈki tɑˈgɑ wɑ/, 1753–1806, Japanese painter, draftsman, and designer of prints.
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Bunro, some of whose work is fine, was a rare imitator of Utamaro.
It was by his portraits of women that Utamaro won his great fame.
Tamagawa Shucho was a rare pupil of Utamaro who worked about 1790 to 1810.
When Utamaro died, in 1806, the great days of the figure-print were ended.
Shunsho was a great sinner in this respect; so also were Utamaro and Toyokuni.
- Kitagawa (ˌkiːtəˈɡɑːwə), original name Kitagawa Nebsuyoshi . 1753–1806, Japanese master of wood-block prints, of the ukiyo-e school; noted esp for his portraits of women
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