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An Impertinent Woman Print


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What a hellraiser this lady is, having a glass of wine on a Friday evening. She’s from the series ‘A Parent’s Moralising Speeches’, an 1802 ukiyo-e print by the eminent Japanese artist and printmaker Kitagawa Utamaro. It’s always the parents’ fault.

Kitagawa was one of the few ukiyo-e artists to achieve fame throughout Japan in his lifetime and the first to use the okubi-e style (showing only the head and torso) to depict women, focussing primarily on their facial features.

Fine art giclée print. Printed with archival pigment inks on Somerset Enhanced Velvet Fine Art paper: archival quality, 100% cotton rag, acid free and mould made. A reproduction based on the original artwork. A4 size. Unframed.

Gift wrapped in tissue paper

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