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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Memorial Portrait of Utagawa Hiroshige   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1858 
Actors as the Six Immortal Poets   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1848-1851 
Commemorative portrait of Ichikawa Danjuro VIII in the role of Ogata Jiraiya   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1854 
Actor as a young monk holding a wine kettle and a cup on a tray   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1848-1851 
The Poet Sosei Hoshi: The actor Matsumoto Koshiro V as Ishikawa Goemon   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1852 
The actor Onoe Waichi II as Watonai   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1857 
The Poet Fujiwara no Okikaze: The Actor Nakamura Baigyoku I as Umeomaru   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock print  1852 
Minister Gento's Wife Gensho   Utagawa Kunisada   woodblock on paper  1852 
Tsuchiyama: The Actor Ichikawa Kodanji IV as Akogi no Heiji   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1852 
Kuwana: The actor Onoe Kikugoro III as Kuwanaya Tokuzo   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1852 
Standing male figure; seated female figure   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1858 
Grinding ink for writing a letter of reply, inspired from the Inaka Genji   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock on paper  1851 
Sawamura Totsusho in "Hiramoya Kojiro"   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1864 
Number Six: The Actors Arashi Kichisaburo III as Rokusuke and Onoe Kikugoro IV   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1856 
The Wheels of Wonders, Volumn 15, no. 1 by Ryutei Tanehiko   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock on paper  1862 
The Wheels of Wonders, Volumn 15, no. 2 by Ryutei Tanehiko   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock on paper  1862 
Minakuchi: The actor Sawamura Chojuro V as Choemon   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1852 
Akasaka: the actor Bando Mitsuemon I as Sukebei, lackey of Sawai   Signed by Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock  1852 
Scene VIII: The Bridal Journey   Utagawa Kunisada   Woodblock on paper  1859 

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