Re: Sadafusa's Oiran


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Posted by Theo de Kreijger on June 22, 2002 at 04:05:05:

In Reply to: Sadafusa's Oiran posted by Deborah McGlauflin on June 21, 2002 at 22:38:14:

Dear Deborah,

Sadafusa is a pupil of Kunisada who's prints are seldom found, although they are not quite rare either. He is mentioned right here at Hans Olof Johanson's site with one print as an example and at a Japanese site called Ukiyoe VR-museum with five prints of women busy with silk culture at no. 79/83.

Some other prints:
1. Print 7-3. Go-Board Tadanobu with some explanation.
2. Onagata at a German site without any explanation.
3. Scene from a theater play at a personal homepage.
4. A print from a series called Seven Lucky Gods of Edo
5. A kabuki print showing Sawamura Gennosuke II at a very good French Kabuki site.
6. Five bijin prints which were probably forgotten by the Kotobuki webmaster.

Hope this helped ...

Theo


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