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Fri Mar 21 17:15:02 2014 UTClccn-n500498640.19Art of the Japanese masters /0.570.97Ehon mushi erami /95261927Utamaron 5004986484890EntaisaiEntaisai, 1753?-1806Entaisai, ca. 1753-1806Fude no AyamaruIchitarōKitagawaKitagawa, GusakoKitagawa, NobuyoshiKitagawa, Nobuyoshi, 1753?-1806Kitagawa, Nobuyoshi, ca. 1753-1806Kitagawa, Oetamaro, 1753-1806Kitagawa, Outamaro, 1753-1806Kitagawa, ToyoakiKitagawa, Toyoaki, 1753?-1806Kitagawa, Toyoaki, ca. 1753-1806Kitagawa, Utamaro.Kitagawa, Utamaro, 1753?-1806.Kitagawa, YūsukeKitagawa, Yūsuke, 1753?-1806Kitagawa, Yūsuke, ca. 1753-1806Nobuyoshi, Imina 1753-1806Oetamaro, 1753-1806OutamaroOutamaro, 1753?-1806Outamaro 1853-1806Outamaro, ca. 1753-1806Outamaro, Kitagawa 1753-1806ShiokuShioku, 1753?-1806Shioku, ca. 1753-1806Toriyama, NobuyoshiToriyama, Nobuyoshi, 1753?-1806Toriyama, Nobuyoshi, ca. 1753-1806Toriyama Utamaro 1753-1806ToyoakiToyoaki 1753-1806Utaggawa, Utamaro, 1753?-1806.UtamaroUtamaro, 1753?-1806Utamaro, ca. 1753-1806Utamaro I. 1753-1806Utamaro, KitagawaUtamaro, Kitagawa, 1753?-1806Utamaro, Kitagawa, ca. 1753-1806Utamaro, Toriyama 1753-1806Yūsukeウタマロキタガワ, ウタマロ, 1753-1806北川 信美 1753-1806北川哥麿北川哥麿, 1753?-1806北川歌磨北川歌磨, 1753?-1806北川歌麿北川歌麿, 1753?-1806哥麿喜多川, 歌麿, 1753-1806喜多川哥麿喜多川哥麿, 1753?-1806喜多川歌磨喜多川歌磨, 1753?-1806喜多川歌麿喜多川歌麿, 1753?-1806川歌麿川歌麿, 1753?-1806歌麿 1753-1806豊章lccn-n79100773Hillier, J.(Jack)1912-1995lccn-n80008550Goncourt, Edmond de1822-1896cmmlccn-n81124686Kobayashi, Tadashi1941-edtlccn-n50063927Kikuchi, Sadao1924-edtlccn-n79129629Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)ctbedtlccn-n50047974Narazaki, Muneshige1904-2001lccn-n80043599Katsushika, Hokusai1760-1849illlccn-no00021422Toyohara, Kunichika1835-1900lccn-n81029697Taiso, Yoshitoshi1839-1892lccn-n92090047Seigle, Cecilia Segawa1931-Kitagawa, Utamaro1753?-1806Criticism, interpretation, etcPoetryCatalogsIllustrationsPictorial worksExhibition catalogsHistoryPortraitsKitagawa, Utamaro,Color prints, Japanese--Edo periodUkiyoeKyōkaArtBirds in artBirdsWomenMetropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)CourtesansColor prints, Japanese--Meiji periodGeishasJapanKatsushika, Hokusai,Insects in artInsectsAnimalsPlants in artAnimals in artJapanese poetry--Edo periodColor prints, JapaneseAndō, Hiroshige,Wood-engraving, Japanese--Edo periodUtagawa, Kuniyoshi,Motion pictures, JapaneseSericultureMichener, James A.--(James Albert),Honolulu Academy of ArtsNōKimonosPainting, Japanese--Edo periodWood-engraving, JapaneseArt, Japanese--Edo periodTōshūsai Sharaku,Erotic artErotic prints, JapaneseSex in artPaintersWomen in artManners and customsPrintmakersPrints, JapanesePaintingPrintsArtists' modelsUtagawa, Toyokuni,Painting, JapaneseArt, JapaneseWood-engraving--TechniqueJapanese poetry175318061780178317851786178817891790179117921793179417951796179717981800180118021804180518231886189118921893190019041907191119121915191619171919192019241925192619281929193119321935193619381940194119421946194819501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220138579583969769.924NE1325.K5ocn074992570ocn699090579ocn812526828ocn586628374ocn469690070ocn469690076ocn691694572ocn469687660ocn469690051ocn469690058ocn470198187ocn470219206ocn461594338ocn440182356ocn4501806698859ocn005225681book19610.39Hillier, JUtamaro : colour prints and paintings4032ocn055743541book20040.63A courtesan's day : hour by hourCatalogs"A courtesan's day: hour by hour is the second in Hotei Publishing's Famous Japanese Prints Series (FJPS). In this volume three series are examined: Kitagawa Utamaro's The Twelve Hours of the 'Green Houses' (Seiro junitoki, c. 1794), Tsukioka Yoshitoshi's The Twenty-four Hours at Shinbashi and Yanagibashi (Shinryu nijuyoji, 1880-81) and Toyohara Kunichika's Scenes of the Twenty-four Hours, A Pictorial Trope (Mitate chuya nijuyoji no uchi, 1890-91)." "Each demonstrates the use of the hours of the day as a convenient trope for Japanese print artists in their creation of sets that portray bijin ('beautiful women') engaged in diurnal activities. These bijin range from courtesans of the renown Yoshiwara pleasure quarter, to geisha from the less celebrated Shinbashi and Yanagibashi districts, and on to women from seemingly various walks of life. A contextual and visual analysis of these works by the authors provides the reader with an insight into the broader cultural and artistic milieu of the early and later nineteenth century."--BOOK JACKET+-+740773925422437ocn001439749book19520.53Kitagawa, UtamaroUtamaroHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsPictorial worksExhibition catalogs814ocn003769917book19760.86Huguette Berès (Art gallery)Utamaro : estampes, livres illustrés : [exposition], Huguette BerèsExhibition catalogs366ocn059238889book19810.47Kitagawa, UtamaroA chorus of birdsPoetryIllustrations261ocn062552066book19810.50Kitagawa, UtamaroUtamaro : a chorus of birds234ocn601051502book20090.29Collia-Suzuki, GinaThe complete woodblock prints of Kitagawa Utamaro : a descriptive catalogueCatalogs+-+2814240045324221ocn005131224book19780.56Ronin GalleryUtamaro, 1753-1806 : [exhibition]Catalogs224ocn038859685book19920.95Kitagawa, UtamaroLe chant de la voluptéProsodie de la volupté, la rosée du chrysanthème, nouvel an nuptial : une sélection des plus belles estampes érotiques d'Utamaro (1753-1806), précédée d'un court essai présentant l'érotisme japonais224ocn037126357book19960.96Kitagawa, UtamaroEhon komachibiki : ōban nishikie higachō194ocn155725564book19540.63Kondō, IchitarōKitagawa Utamaro (1753-1806)1811ocn032588875book19310.92Kitagawa, UtamaroThe passionate art of Kitagawa UtamaroExhibition catalogs181ocn018407364book19760.63Link, Howard AUtamaro and Hiroshige : in a survey of Japanese prints from the James A. Michener Collection of the Honolulu Academy of ArtsCatalogsExhibition catalogs172ocn493901205book20080.63Jippensha, IkkuL'almanach des maisons vertes1510ocn053133516book17880.97Kitagawa, UtamaroEhon mushi eramiPoetry152ocn037942385book19970.97Kitagawa, UtamaroNegai no itoguchi : ōban nishikie higachō153ocn690753872book20090.47Kitagawa, UtamaroInsectes choisis Myriades d'oiseaux143ocn030582545book19920.96Ukiyoe, Hokusai, Utamaro, Kunisada144ocn038182990book19970.97Kitagawa, UtamaroEhon hanafubuki : irozuri hanshibon 3-satsu132ocn251757407book19550.35Kitagawa, UtamaroKurtisanen : mit zwölf farbigen BildtafelnPortraits120544ocn000448236book19520.53Kitagawa, UtamaroUtamaroHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsPictorial worksExhibition catalogs+-+85827552296205ocn793511510com20080.50Goncourt, Edmond deUtamaroCriticism, interpretation, etcIf sensuality had a name, it would be without a doubt Utamaro. Delicately underlining the Garden of Pleasures that once constituted Edo, Utamaro, by the richness of his fabrics, the long necks of swans, the mysterious looks, evoke in a few lines the sensual pleasure of the Orient. If some scenes betray discreetly lovers' games, a great number of his shungas recall that love in Japan is first and foremost erotic+-+87310440364071ocn008667650book19810.47Kitagawa, UtamaroA chorus of birdsPoetryIllustrations2704ocn086038125book20070.84Davis, Julie NelsonUtamaro and the spectacle of beautyCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+84468397352664ocn000613198book19560.63Kondō, IchitarōKitagawa Utamaro (1753-1806)2395ocn027976819book19930.39Kobayashi, TadashiUtamaro : portraits from the floating worldUniversality of Ukiyo-e - Artist without a biography - Discipleship with Sekien - Utamaro's debut - Artist encounters publisher - A "problematic" marriage - The flowering of Utamaro's art - A temporary setback - Master of the Bjin Okubi-e - Decline, punishment and death+-+521165522920113ocn050690286book19310.92Kitagawa, UtamaroThe passionate art of Kitagawa UtamaroExhibition catalogs1886ocn011175961book19840.63Kitagawa, UtamaroSongs of the gardenPoetryPictorial works1721ocn828743073file20120.59Goncourt, Edmond de[Temptis]Criticism, interpretation, etcIf sensuality had a name, it would be without a doubt Utamaro. Delicately underlining the Garden of Pleasures that once constituted Edo, Utamaro, by the richness of his fabrics, the long necks of swans, the mysterious looks, evoke in a few lines the sensual pleasure of the Orient. If some scenes betray discreetly lovers' games, a great number of his shungas recall that love in Japan is first and foremost erotic1548ocn029964097visu19460.63Mizoguchi, KenjiUtamaro and his five womenDramaFilm adaptationsThe highly-embellished account of a great artist, set against the background of Tokyo in the late 1700's1502ocn040320254book19590.53Hájek, LuborUtamaro; portraits in the Japanese woodcut1453ocn006130596book19610.39Hillier, JUtamaro : colour prints and paintings13919ocn001474598book18910.86Goncourt, Edmond deOutamaro, le peintre des maisons vertes; l'art japonais au XVIIIe siècleCatalogs1362ocn456174236book20100.90Calza, Gian CarloPoem of the pillow and other stories by Utamaro, Hokusai, Kuniyoshi and other artists of the Floating WorldCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial works+-+51449396251262ocn001673855book19650.76Kitagawa, UtamaroTwelve wood-block prints of Kitagawa Utamaro : illustrating the process of silk culturePictorial works892ocn026891014book19920.35Five centuries of Japanese kimono : on this sleeve of fondest dreamsExhibition catalogs775ocn003572152book19750.63Link, Howard AUtamaro and Hiroshige : in a survey of Japanese prints from the James A. Michener Collection of the Honolulu Academy of ArtsCatalogsExhibition catalogs763ocn000485982book19070.76Kurth, JuliusUtamaro634ocn680638583book20100.90Davis, Julie NelsonKitagawa Utamaro : woodblock prints from the British MuseumExhibition catalogs611ocn057679632book20040.19Forty, SandraArt of the Japanese masters+-+7407739254+-+7407739254Fri Mar 21 15:54:05 EDT 2014batch37649