Snow At Fukagawa - Kitagawa Utamaro - Japanese Edo period Ukiyo-e Woodblock Print Art Painting - Large Art Prints
Utamaro works that depict a poetic Japanese trinity of “Snow, Moon and Flowers.” In “Snow at Fukagawa,” one woman carries succulent fish on a laden, red earthenware tray. Another plays with a cat and child at her feet, while across a pine tree-speckled courtyard, sprinkled with snow, another plays a shamisen—the three-stringed Japanese instrument. Nearby, a woman applies makeup while looking in a hand mirror as, off-to-the side, another totes a pile of laundry quietly offstage. What unites the women is their status as perfect models of beauty, just like the figures depicted in more typical ukiyo-e paintings and prints. The manufactured assumption was that Utamaro himself was a part of this floating world.
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