Utagawa TOYOHIRO (1773 – 1828)

TOYOHIRO

Utagawa Toyohiro (1773–1828), was a student of Utagawa Toyoharu, the founder of the Utagawa School.

His works show the daily life in Yoshiwara, Edo’s pleasure district, Kabuki actors, warriors and landscapes. He also worked on picture book illustrations (e-hon) and a series of triptychs in cooperation with Toyokuni. Toyohiro’s most famous student was Utagawa Hiroshige.

The Sixth Month


(D098)
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Fuku Urashima Bosetsu (Evening Snow in Fuku Urashima)


(1956)
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Women and Children Watching Kite Flying


(G428)
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