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Fukaku Shinobu Koi - Kitagawa Utamaro - Japanese Edo period Ukiyo-e Woodblock Print Art Painting - Canvas Prints

The title suggests the woman may be pondering a risky affair. Utamaro uses a limited number of colours in the print; the deep blacks of the protective collar around her kimono and her large, rounded hairstyle draws the attention, contrasting with the white of the woman's face and nape of her neck.
The woman in Fukaku Shinobu Koi has blackened her teeth with ohaguro, which normally signifies a married woman, but she lacks the shaved eyebrows that would also signify her being married. She is perhaps yet young and recently married. Her ornate Kanzashi hairpin has a flower design on it. She looks down and holds a kiseru tobacco pipe in her right hand. She stares off, her shoulders raised, eyes narrowed, and tiny lips pursed, as if in deep, emotional mid-sigh.

Utamaro experimented with line, colour, and printing techniques to bring out subtle differences in the features, expressions, and backdrops of subjects from a wide variety of class and background.

Available Options In Canvas Prints

Small Canvas Print


9x12 inches
Rolled

Compact Canvas Print


13x18 inches
Rolled

Medium Canvas Print


17x24 inches
Rolled
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