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b. 1735 - d. 1814

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    • Toyoharu, "View of Sanjusangendo."
      Feb. 23, 2024

      Toyoharu, "View of Sanjusangendo."

      Est: $200 - $400

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814). "View of Sanjûsangendô in Kyoto" from the series "Scenes of Japan in Perspective Pictures". Original print c. 1770, this version c. early 20th cent. Frame: 15 1/2" x 20".

      Quinn's Auction Galleries
    • Album containing 30 pasted-in egoyomi for the year 1787 by various artists
      Dec. 08, 2023

      Album containing 30 pasted-in egoyomi for the year 1787 by various artists

      Est: €600 - €1,000

      31.3 x 22.3 cm. Album containing 30 pasted-in egoyomi for the year 1787 by various artists. Each egoyomi is annotated by Kurt Meissner, explaining the hidden pointers towards the year and the months. The artists are, among others, Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), Utagawa Toyohiro (1773-1828), Katsukawa Shunshō (1726-1792. Additionally: Sumizuri Jōkyō calendar for the year 1863 (Bunkyū 3), that marks the short and long months, the beginning of the seasons, Tenichi-Tenjō, solstices, etc. (2)

      Kunsthaus Lempertz KG
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU: THE BATTLE OF JIUXIAN-SHAN IN CHINA
      Dec. 01, 2023

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU: THE BATTLE OF JIUXIAN-SHAN IN CHINA

      Est: €400 - €800

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU: THE BATTLE OF JIUXIAN-SHAN IN CHINA By Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), signed Utagawa Toyoharu kore o hakaru Japan, c. 1780 Color woodblock print on paper. Horizontal oban. Signed Utagawa Toyoharu kore o hakaru; publisher Iwatoya Genpachi. Titled Kyusensan kassen no zu (The Battle Of Jiuxian-Shan In China) from the series Newly Published Perspective Pictures (Shinpan uki-e). This elaborate 'ukie' ('perspective print') on a Chinese war theme may at first seem far from 'Ukiyoe' taste. However, the scene is a realization of one of the 'Bunraku' puppet plays of Chikamatsu Monzaemon (1653-1724), most of which remained very popular through the Edo period. SIZE of the sheet 24 x 36 cm Condition: Good condition and well-preserved colors with slightly trimmed margins. Some creasing, rubbing, staining, and browning of paper, commensurate with age. Provenance: From the collection of Adolphe Stoclet (1871-1949) and thence by descent in the Stoclet family, previously in the collection of Hayashi Tadamasa (1854-1906). One red seal of the Hayashi Collection at the right margin. Adolphe Stoclet (1871-1949) was a Belgian engineer, financier, and noted collector. He was born into a family of Belgian bankers and became a director of the Société Générale de Belgique after his father’s death. He married Suzanne Stevens (1874-1960), the daughter of the art critic, historian, collector, and dealer Arthur Stevens (1825-1909) and niece of the painter Alfred Stevens (1823-1906). The Stoclets were connected with avant-garde art circles in Paris and Vienna, where they met Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956), who designed the Stoclet’s famous Palais in Brussels. Gustav Klimt (1862-1916) painted the murals in its dining room. The Palais Stoclet, today a UNESCO World Heritage site, was the lavish setting to one of the most important eclectic art collections of all times, which included Egyptian and Chinese sculpture, medieval Italian painting and metalwork, enamels and relics, as well as Byzantine and Pre-Columbian art. Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) was the founder of the art school of Utagawa in Japan. He was born in the province of Tajima (Northern Hyogo prefecture). However, he studied in the cultural city of Kyoto relating to the art school of Kano. His early mentor was Tsuruzawa Tangei. In the 1760s, Toyoharu moved to Edo (modern-day Tokyo). Thus, new ideas entered his artistic world when he studied under Toriyama Sekien (1712-1788). Toyoharu designed many perspective prints during the later 1760s and 1770s, laying the foundations for the development of landscape prints. From the 1780s onwards he concentrated on paintings of the fashions and customs of beautiful women. He was the founder of the Utagawa School. Museum comparison: An identical print, with right hand margin trimmed so lacking title, signature, and publisher details, is in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, accession number 11.14708. A related diptych made using slightly different blocks (compare, e.g., the shapes of the clouds and the position of the beacon tower), is in the collection of the British Museum, museum number 1963,0731,0.6.

      Galerie Zacke
    • Japanese Woodblock Print, Toyoharu, Utagawa 1735-1814 Ukie (Oban yokoe)
      Jul. 29, 2023

      Japanese Woodblock Print, Toyoharu, Utagawa 1735-1814 Ukie (Oban yokoe)

      Est: €220 - €300

      Bathers and fishermen at a canal in a Dutch town. Browned, backed, faded, scratched, margins cut. Compare MFA Boston and Siebold Collection, Holland. (373)

      Signens Kunstauktionen
    • Toyoharu, Utagawa
      May. 25, 2023

      Toyoharu, Utagawa

      Est: €300 - €450

      (1735-1814). Ise Daijingû kagura - Das Große Ritual mit Musik in Ise. Aus der Folge: Uki-e Wakoku no keiseki - Perspektivbilder von Japan. Farbholzschnitt um 1770. Format: yoko-ôban. Auf leichten Karton alt aufgezogen. - Stellenw. etw. beschabt, tls. Wurmsp. D

      Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
    • Toyoharu, Utagawa: Ukiyo-e Farbholzschnitt. Format Oban tate-e (cm)
      Apr. 18, 2023

      Toyoharu, Utagawa: Ukiyo-e Farbholzschnitt. Format Oban tate-e (cm)

      Est: €160 - €250

      Toyoharu, Utagawa Interieur mit drei musizierenden Geishas. Ukiyo-e Farbholzschnitt, teils mit Reliefprägung. Signiert "Utagawa Toyoharu ga". Format dai-ôban tate-e (49,5 x 35 cm). Edo (Tokio) um 1860. -- Intime Musikszene dreier Geishas, von denen zwei die Shamisen, die japanische Langhalslaute spielen. Sie hat einen quadratischen Klangkorpus und gehört zu den traditionellen Musikinstrumenten Japans, die meist von Damen aus vornehmen Hause, Kurtisanen oder Geishas gespielt wurden. Begleitet werden die beiden von einer Zither, der Koto. Im Hintergrund ein Schrein mit drei Blockbüchern, vorne ein weiterer mit Erfrischungen. – Besonders schönes, großes Blatt, kaum Gebrauchsspuren.

      Galerie Bassenge
    • Antique Woodblock Print Titled A Winter Party by Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)
      Mar. 30, 2023

      Antique Woodblock Print Titled A Winter Party by Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)

      Est: $150 - $300

      An antique woodblock print of Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) A Winter Party, showing friends relax to music and fine drink. Gilt frame, piece is marked at the bottom left. Measures 30 1/2" x 20", 23 1/4" x 12 1/2" site.

      Embassy Auctions International
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU, UKIE NANIWA TENMATENJIN YOMATSURI NO ZU
      Dec. 08, 2022

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU, UKIE NANIWA TENMATENJIN YOMATSURI NO ZU

      Est: €100 - €200

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU, UKIE NANIWA TENMATENJIN YOMATSURI NO ZU Japan, 1911 Woodblock print. 38.7x25.7 cm. The print depicts a festival in honor of Sugawara Michizane taking place at night at the Tenman Tenjin shrine in Osaka, published by Keibunkan in Meiji 44. With traces of age, partially stained and worm-eaten. UTAGAWA TOYOHARU, UKIE NANIWA TENMATENJIN YOMATSURI NO ZU Japan, 1911 Farbholzschnitt. 38.7x25.7 cm. Der Druck zeigt ein Fest zu Ehren von Sugawara Michizane, das nachts im Tenman-Tenjin-Schrein in Osaka stattfindet, publiziert von Keibunkan im Jahr Meiji 44. Part. fleckig u. wurmstichig, mit Altersspuren.

      Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
    • Utagawa Toyoharu (Japanese, 1735-1814)
      Aug. 11, 2022

      Utagawa Toyoharu (Japanese, 1735-1814)

      Est: $100 - $150

      Utagawa Toyoharu (Japanese, 1735-1814), "Temple Grounds with Strolling People", woodblock print, sight 9 1/2 in. x 14 1/4 in. Provenance: Estate of Warren Paul Balovich (1926-1992), New Orleans.

      Neal Auction Company
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814) Ki (Board games) Vertical ooban: 17 1/2 x 13
      Mar. 22, 2022

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814) Ki (Board games) Vertical ooban: 17 1/2 x 13

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814) Ki (Board games) Vertical ooban: 17 1/2 x 13 5/8 in. (44.5 x 34.6 cm.)

      Christie's
    • (lot of 2) Framed Japanese woodblock prints
      May. 22, 2021

      (lot of 2) Framed Japanese woodblock prints

      Est: $100 - $200

      (lot of 2) Framed Japanese woodblock prints: one of a couple under a snow covered tree with signature of Harunobu Suzuki (Japanese 1724-1770); the second of two beauties with a gentleman against a seascape, possibly after Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), the larger image 12"h x 7.75", overall 15"h x 10.75"w

      Clars Auctions
    • Utagawa Toyoharu (Japanese, 1735-1814) Three Woodblock Prints
      Nov. 18, 2020

      Utagawa Toyoharu (Japanese, 1735-1814) Three Woodblock Prints

      Est: $300 - $500

      Utagawa Toyoharu (Japanese, 1735-1814) Three Woodblock Prints. Floated, matted and glazed in triptych frame. Size: 13'' x 9'', 33 x 23 cm (sheet (each)); 22'' x 39'', 56 x 99 cm (frame).

      Material Culture
    • (lot of 2) Framed Japanese woodblock prints: one of a couple under a snow covered tree tree with signature of Harunobu Suzuki (Japan...
      Oct. 10, 2020

      (lot of 2) Framed Japanese woodblock prints: one of a couple under a snow covered tree tree with signature of Harunobu Suzuki (Japan...

      Est: $200 - $490

      (lot of 2) Framed Japanese woodblock prints: one of a couple under a snow covered tree tree with signature of Harunobu Suzuki (Japanese 1724-1770); the second of two beauties with a gentleman against a seascape, possibly after Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), the larger image 12"h x 7.75", overall 15"h x 10.75"w

      Clars Auctions
    • Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)
      Jun. 27, 2020

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)

      Est: €1,000 - €1,200

      Ôban, yokoe. Series: Ukie wakoku no keiseki. Title: Aki no kuni Itsukushima Benzaiten sairei no zu. View in perspective of a Benten festival at Itsukushima Shrine in Aki Province. Boats with ceremonial dancers arriving underneath the torii in the water. Signed: Utagawa Toyoharu ga. Publisher: Nishimuraya Yohachi. Rare. Good impression, orange colour oxidized, rubbed and soiled at margins, few small damages in margins, thin spots, upper left corner replaced, mounted at upper corners in mat. RefPai12620

      Kunsthaus Lempertz KG
    • Toyoharu, Utagawa Reiterszene. Aus einer Folge von…
      Mar. 27, 2020

      Toyoharu, Utagawa Reiterszene. Aus einer Folge von…

      Est: €300 -

      Toyoharu, Utagawa Japan Reiterszene. Aus einer Folge von Ansichten vom Jadefluß. Farbholzschnitt auf Japan. Japan, um 1765-70. In der Platte signiert. 26 x 19,5 cm. Utagawa Toyoharu (ca. 1735 - 1814) war ein japanischer Künstler im Ukiyo-e Genre, bekannt als Begründer der Utagawa-Schule und für seine Uki-e-Bilder, die eine geometrische Perspektive westlicher Prägung aufwiesen, um ein Gefühl der Tiefe zu erzeugen. - Kleiner hinterlegter Wurmgang, am oberen Rand auf die Unterlage montiert, gebräunt. From a sequence of views of the Jade River. Colored woodblock print on Japan. In the plate signed. - Utagawa Toyoharu (ca. 1735 - 1814) was a Japanese artist in the ukiyo-e genre, known as the founder of the Utagawa school and for his uki-e paintings, which featured a Western-style geometric perspective to create a sense of depth. - Small backed wormhole, mounted at the upper edge on the backing, browned. RefBoo23320

      Jeschke Jádi Auctions Berlin GmbH
    • [JAPANESE PRINT] – TOYOHARU, Utagawa (1735-1814). (View of the Buddhist temple Sanjûsangen-dô in Kyoto).
      May. 24, 2019

      [JAPANESE PRINT] – TOYOHARU, Utagawa (1735-1814). (View of the Buddhist temple Sanjûsangen-dô in Kyoto).

      Est: €250 - €350

      Col. woodcut. (Published by Nishimuraya Yohachi, ca. 1770). Ca. 24 x 37,5 cm. (image). Behind passepartout & framed (behind glass). ¶ Published in the series “Uki-e wakoku no keiseki [..]” (“Perspective Pictures of Famous Places in Japan”). Rare panoramic view depicting the west veranda of the Buddhist temple “Sanjûsangen-dô” (“The Hall of Thirty-three Bays”) in Kyoto famous for the Japanese archery competition known as “Toshiya” (“Passing arrow”). – Occ. sl. foxed, but else in good condition (not examined out of frame).

      Venduehuis der Notarissen
    • Hanging scroll. Japan. Ink and colours on silk. Geisha with an attendant. Signed. Utagawa Toyoharu. 1735-1814. Stains, toned and holes. Boxed.
      Apr. 14, 2019

      Hanging scroll. Japan. Ink and colours on silk. Geisha with an attendant. Signed. Utagawa Toyoharu. 1735-1814. Stains, toned and holes. Boxed.

      Est: $700 - $900

      Hanging scroll. Japan. Ink and colours on silk. Geisha with an attendant. Signed. Utagawa Toyoharu. 1735-1814. Stains, toned and holes. Boxed.

      Tremont Auctions
    • Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) Two courtesans Edo period (1615-1868), 18th/19th century
      Mar. 20, 2019

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) Two courtesans Edo period (1615-1868), 18th/19th century

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) Two courtesansEdo period (1615-1868), 18th/19th centuryHanging scroll, ink, color, and gold on silk depicting two courtesans, one holding a fan and courtier's cap, signed Kitagawa Toyoharu and sealed Ichiryusai and Toyoharu no in; framed and glazed 37 1/8 x 15 1/2in (94.3 x 39.4cm)

      Bonhams
    • Japanese Woodblock Prints, Hiroshige, Toyokuni
      Oct. 13, 2018

      Japanese Woodblock Prints, Hiroshige, Toyokuni

      Est: $100 - $200

      (lot of 3) Japanese woodblock prints: Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858), ''Shinagawa''; Utagawa Toyokuni I (1769-1825) of kabuki actor, Nakamura Utaemon; Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), each with the signature, seals and title, largest sight: 9"h x 14"w, frame: 16"h x 20.5"w

      Clars Auctions
    • WOODBLOCK AFTER UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814).
      Dec. 09, 2017

      WOODBLOCK AFTER UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814).

      Est: $500 - $1,500

      WOODBLOCK AFTER UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814). Circa 1770, Japan. "The Battle at Awazu Fought by [Kiso] Yoshinaka" from the series Uki'e (Perspective Pictures) published by Nishimuraya Yohachi, Eijudö. View of the battle of Awazu, February 21st, 1184 depicting the deaths of Minamoto no Yoshinaka and Imai Kanehira. (sight) 9.25"h. 14.75"w. (frame) 15.5"h 19.5"w.

      Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)
      Jun. 05, 2015

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)

      Est: €500 - €600

      Ôban, yoko-e. Series: Tôto. Title: Shinhan uki-e Shinobasu ike Benzaiten no zu. View in perspective of the Shinobasu pond with island. Signed: Utagawa Toyoharu ga. Publisher: Sanoya Kihei. b) Chûban. Untitled series of day and night scenes of the twelve months. Title: Nagatsuki, Momijigari, Ebisu-kô. Picnic under a maple tree and dinner under Ebisu’s watchful eye. Signed: Utagawa Toyoharu ga. 1772-1775. (2)

      Kunsthaus Lempertz KG
    • Utagawa Toyokuni III (1786-1864), Toyohara Kunichi
      May. 14, 2015

      Utagawa Toyokuni III (1786-1864), Toyohara Kunichi

      Est: -

      Utagawa Toyokuni III (1786-1864), Toyohara Kunichika (1835-1900), Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) and others Late 18th to 19th century

      Bonhams
    • Woodblock Print of a Landscape, Japan, Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), depicting a vista of a river bank with passengers, houses, trees,
      Jun. 19, 2014

      Woodblock Print of a Landscape, Japan, Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), depicting a vista of a river bank with passengers, houses, trees,

      Est: $50 - $100

      Woodblock Print of a Landscape, Japan, Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), depicting a vista of a river bank with passengers, houses, trees, and rice paddies, framed and glazed, inscription of Nishimuraya, 10 1/8 x 15 in.

      Skinner
    • Woodblock Print of a Landscape, Japan, Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), depicting a vista of a river bank with passengers, houses, trees,
      Dec. 19, 2013

      Woodblock Print of a Landscape, Japan, Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), depicting a vista of a river bank with passengers, houses, trees,

      Est: $100 - $200

      Woodblock Print of a Landscape, Japan, Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), depicting a vista of a river bank with passengers, houses, trees, and rice paddies, framed and glazed, inscription of Nishimuraya, 10 1/8 x 15 in.

      Skinner
    • Woodblock Print of a Landscape, Japan, Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), depicting a vista of a river bank with passengers, houses, trees,
      Jul. 26, 2013

      Woodblock Print of a Landscape, Japan, Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), depicting a vista of a river bank with passengers, houses, trees,

      Est: $200 - $400

      Woodblock Print of a Landscape, Japan, Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814), depicting a vista of a river bank with passengers, houses, trees, and rice paddies, framed and glazed, inscription of Nishimuraya, 10 1/8 x 15 in.

      Skinner
    • Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)
      Sep. 14, 2011

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) Amagoi Komachi (Komachi praying for rain) Signed Ichiryusai Toyoharu ga and sealed Hanging scroll; ink, color and gold on silk 16¾ x 27¼in. (42.5 x 69.2cm.)

      Christie's
    • TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS.
      Jul. 24, 2010

      TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS.

      Est: $600 - $1,000

      TWO WOODBLOCK PRINTS. Japan, 19th century or earlier. Possibly by Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814). Ukie or perspective prints. One of the Nihonbashi Bridge in Tokyo (built 1603) and another of a temple. Image size 4"h. 6"w., in mats and frames, 12"h. 13 1/2"w.

      Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • SHOEIDO EISHO (FL.CA.1790'S), A 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURE
      Nov. 08, 2007

      SHOEIDO EISHO (FL.CA.1790'S), A 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURE

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      SHOEIDO EISHO (FL.CA.1790'S), A 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURE large oban yoko-e, 'Wakoku keiseki Yoritomo ko Fuji no makigari no zu' (Lord Minamoto no Yoritomo hunting at Mt.Fuji), published by Bakurocho sanchome, Yamaguchiya (Tadasuke); Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1825), oban yoko-e, a smaller print depicting the same subject; and Toyokuni (1769-1825), a print of a fierce seabattle, two mounted. (3)

      Christie's
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI (1769-1825), UTAGAWA KUNINAO (1793-1854) AND KITAO MASAYOSHI (1764-1824), SEVEN 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES
      Nov. 08, 2007

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI (1769-1825), UTAGAWA KUNINAO (1793-1854) AND KITAO MASAYOSHI (1764-1824), SEVEN 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES

      Est: £1,200 - £1,800

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), UTAGAWA TOYOKUNI (1769-1825), UTAGAWA KUNINAO (1793-1854) AND KITAO MASAYOSHI (1764-1824), SEVEN 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES oban yoko-e, each illustrating a scene from the Chushingura (A Treasury of Loyal Retainers), Chapter I (Kuninao), Chapter III (Toyokuni), Chapter V (Toyokuni), Chapter VII (Toyoharu), Chapter VIII (Toyokuni) and Chapter XI (two prints, one by Masayoshi and one unsigned), various publishers; and Toyoharu, oban yoko-e, a print illustrating a scene from a ghost story, two mounted. (8)

      Christie's
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), TWO 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES
      Nov. 08, 2007

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), TWO 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), TWO 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES oban yoko-e, Fireworks over Ryogoku Bridge and Sumida River Festival, both published by Eijudo Nishimuraya (Yohachi); Hokusai (1760-1849), three oban yoko-e, Cherry Blossom in Ueno Park, Ryogoku Bridge, and Bridges over the Sumida River; Kitao Masayoshi (1764-1824), Korean Embassy procession before Mt.Fuji and a Shrine overlooking a bay, various publishers; and three reproduction prints after Shiba Kokan, Utagawa Toyoharu and Utagawa Kanenao, some mounted. (10)

      Christie's
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), AN ALBUM CONTAINING TEN 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES
      Nov. 08, 2007

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), AN ALBUM CONTAINING TEN 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES

      Est: £4,000 - £5,000

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), AN ALBUM CONTAINING TEN 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES oban yoko-e, 'Wakoku no keiseki Yoritomo ko Fuji makigari no zu' (Lord Minamoto no Yoritomo hunting at Mt.Fuji), published by Eijudo Nishimuraya (Yohachi), a night festival at Ryogoku Bridge, Winter in Holland, market traders in a district of Edo, a group of ladies playing musical instruments in a pavilion, a Kubuki theatre interior, fireworks over Ryogoku Bridge, a Festival at Ise Shrine, the Shichi-fuku-jin and the Ponte Vecchio over the River Arno in Florence, all mounted on silk bordered paper, the end sections with gold sprinkled paper, all bound together in a silk covered album.

      Christie's
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), A 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURE
      Nov. 08, 2007

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), A 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURE

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), A 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURE oban yoko-e, 'Sakai Fukiyamachi kaomise yoshibai no zu' (Night performance of the New Year kabuki at Fukiyamachi in Sakai), published by Nishimuraya (Yohachi); and Chokosai Eisho (fl.ca.1790's), oban yoko-e, 'Shin-Yoshiwara Nakanomachi yugeshiki no zu' (Sunset at Nakanomachi in New-Yoshiwara), published by Yamaguchiya (Teacake) at Bakurocho sanchome, both mounted. (2)

      Christie's
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), TWO 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES
      Nov. 08, 2007

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), TWO 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), TWO 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURES oban yoko-e, two prints, one 'Oranda Furansu kano Garan no zu' (Temples of Holland and France), with a selection of buildings and monuments in Rome, the other 'Arumania chinchikubutsu shu no zu' (Rare Buildings of Armenia) with figures feasting in a classical loggia overlooking a Japanese river landscape. (2)

      Christie's
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), A 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURE
      Nov. 08, 2007

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), A 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURE

      Est: £1,500 - £2,000

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814), A 'UKIE' (PERSPECTIVE) PICTURE oban yoko-e, 'Wakoku no keiseki Kyoto Sanjusangendo no zu' (Sanjusangendo hall in Kyoto), published by Eijudo Nishimuraya (Yohachi); oban yoko-e, 'Kanda Daimyojin keidai no zu' (Precincts of Great Kanda Shrine), published by Yamaguchiya Tobei at Bakurocho nichome in Edo; Gyokushu Shucho (fl.ca. 1790's-early 1800's), oban yoko-e, 'San'enzan Zojoji shomen no zu' (Front picture of Zojoji Temple at Mt.San'enzan in Shiba), published by Yamaguchiya Tadasuke at Bakurocho sanchome; and a further print 'Edo meisho hachigaseki Kinryuzan no zu ni' (Mt.Kinryuzan from famous places in Edo), volume 2, two mounted. (4)

      Christie's
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU, (1735-1814)
      Jun. 08, 2004

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU, (1735-1814)

      Est: £700 - £1,000

      depicting in fact a view of the canal in Delft which indicates that the design is after the Dutch perspective prints introduced to Japan circa 1730, with collector's seal Barboutau on verso, publisher's mark of Nishimuraya Yohachi, signed Utagawa Toyoharu ga A superb imitation of copper plate engraving in the medium of woodblock Condition Note: Very good impression, slightly soiled with a centre fold mark but otherwise in good condition

      Sotheby's
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU, (1735-1814)
      Jun. 08, 2004

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU, (1735-1814)

      Est: £1,800 - £2,200

      depicting the view of Fukagawa river where it divides in two, in the foreground numerous pleasure boats aboard with merry makers and people unloading their wares, publisher's mark of Nishimuraya Yohachi, signed Utagawa Toyoharu ga Condition Note: Very good impression and colour, minor oxidisation but otherwise in fine condition

      Sotheby's
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU, (1735-1814)
      Jun. 08, 2004

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU, (1735-1814)

      Est: £800 - £1,000

      a faded haiku poem above, published mark of Urokogataya Magobei, signed Toyoharu ga Condition Note: Very good impression with embossed details, rather soiled around the edges

      Sotheby's
    • Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)
      Mar. 23, 2004

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)

      Est: $20,000 - $30,000

      Ten beauties of Edo Each signed Ichiryusai Utagawa Toyoharu ga and sealed Niryusai Pair of hanging scrolls; ink, color and gold on silk 43 1/2 x 13in. (108.8 x 33cm.) each (2)

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    • Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)
      Sep. 16, 2003

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814)

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) Uki-e wakoku no keiseki Kyoto Sanjusangendo no zu (Perspective picture of Japanese views: Sanjusangendo, Kyoto) Signed Utagawa Toyoharu ga and published by Nishimuraya Yohachi--good impression, generally good color, soil at edges, torn upper corners, glued to mat at top center and right corner on verso, pin hole worming oban yoko-e : 26.5 x 39cm.

      Christie's
    • Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) and Minagawa Kien
      Sep. 16, 2003

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) and Minagawa Kien

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      Utagawa Toyoharu (1735-1814) and Minagawa Kien (1734-1807) Courtesan and Chinese poem Signed Toyoharu ga and sealed Ichiryusai, the poem by Minagawa Kien, signed Heian Minagawa Kyosai dai, sealed Minagawa Ko in and Hakkyo uji Hanging scroll; ink and slight color on paper 35 1/4 x 6 3/4 in. (89.8 x 17.2cm.)

      Christie's
    • Utagawa Toyoharu
      Mar. 25, 2003

      Utagawa Toyoharu

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Christie's
    • Utagawa Toyoharu
      Mar. 25, 2003

      Utagawa Toyoharu

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      Christie's
    • UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814)
      Nov. 14, 2001

      UTAGAWA TOYOHARU (1735-1814)

      Est: $8,400 - $11,200

      Two beauties smoking pipes and walking under cherry blossoms, followed by a young boy carrying an umbrella while a puppy plays at their feet, with signature Gyonen rokujugo-o [aged sixty-five] Ichiryusai Toyoharu ga with a seal Ichiryusai Hanging scroll; ink and colour on silk 40 3/8 x 17in. (102.6 x 43.2cm.).

      Christie's
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