Octopus games, 1840–42 by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Octopus Games, Color woodblock print, 14 x 9 in. American Friends of The British Museum (The Arthur R. Miller Collection) Photo © Trustees of The British Museum.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Musashi sul dorso della balena

Oil painting reproduction: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Musashi On The Back Of A Whale

Utagawa Kuniyoshi. Tiger.                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

龍虎, 国芳 Tiger & Dragon, Kuniyoshi, Ukiyo-e iPhone SE/5/5s Case

Kshiwade no Omihakobi (膳臣巴提使) killing the Korean tiger that had devoured his daughter, from the series "Eight Hundred Heroes of Our Country’s Suikoden" / Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, ca.1797-1861)

Kshiwade no Omihakobi (膳臣巴提使) killing the Korean tiger that had devoured his daughter, from the series "Eight Hundred Heroes of Our Country’s Suikoden" / Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker,

kittehkats:  江戸っ子猫を描きました。 (The work  exhibited was held at the gallery cat cho, Utagawa Kuniyoshi Tribute Exhibition in remembrance of Mr. Kuniyoshi who was a cat lover in Edo of Chakichaki.

kittehkats: 江戸っ子猫を描きました。 (The work exhibited was held at the gallery cat cho, Utagawa Kuniyoshi Tribute Exhibition in remembrance of Mr. Kuniyoshi who was a cat lover in Edo of Chakichaki.

Artist: Kuniyoshi (Taiheki) Date: ca.1848 Size/Format: Oban 10 by 14.5 inches Description: Komidzucha, dressed as a warrior monk, fighting with a long nail-studded club and a broken bloodstained naginata while swords fly about him. Series: Heroic Stories of the Taiheki ~Via Aiv Wen

Artist: Kuniyoshi (Taiheki) Date: Description: Komidzucha, dressed as a warrior monk, fighting with a long nail-studded club and a broken bloodstained naginata while swords fly about him.

Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi  Style: Ukiyo-e  Genre: mythological painting   Oniwakamaru about to kill the giant carp - Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Style: Ukiyo-e Genre: mythological painting Oniwakamaru about to kill the giant carp - Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Utagawa Kuniyoshi; woodblock print, 1840

i-moto: “ Kidômaru and the Tengu 「鬼童丸」 Japanese Edo period about 1840 (Tenpô Artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese, ”

歌川国芳画『猫のすずみ』  Neko no suzumi by Kuniyoshi Utagawa  Kimono Coordination of learning from Ukiyo-e  http://lulihakimono.blog109.fc2.com/blog-entry-122.html  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utagawa_Kuniyoshi

Utagawa Kuniyoshi: 'Cat Enjoys the Cool Evening Breeze' [猫のすずみ]

Japanese name:   Chûsenko Teitokuson (中箭虎丁得孫)   Chinese name:   Ding Desun   Scene: Chûsenko Teitokuson driving his   sword with both hands into an enormous serpent

Kuniyoshi Project Japanese name: Chûsenko Teitokuson (中箭虎丁得孫) Chinese name: Ding Desun Scene: Chûsenko Teitokuson driving his sword with both hands into an enormous serpent

Les monstres d’Utagawa Kuniyoshi, l’un des derniers maîtres de l’estampe (image)

Les monstres d’Utagawa Kuniyoshi, l’un des derniers maîtres de l’estampe (image)

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