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Eizan Kikugawa  1787-1867, JP

 

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USA 5
Germany 1




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Utagawa Kunisada    4
Hiroshige    3
Utamaro Kitagawa    3



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1787 Born in Ichigaya, Tokyo (Edo) (JP)


1867 Died

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 6  Please report missing Information



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2010
   Japan in Blue and White - Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena, CA

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2014
   Erotic Art of Japan: Everybody - Scholten Japanese Art, New York City, NY

2012
   Introspection and Awakening: Japanese Art of the Edo and Meiji Period, 1615-1912 - Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables (Miami), FL
   Japanese Color Woodblock Prints: Love and Legend - Thomas H. Bayly Building, Charlottesville, VA

2009
   CÚzanne, Degas, Matisse - Hokusai, Hiroshige, Utamaro - Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren, Kaufbeuren

2007
   Paragons of Fashion: Early Nineteenth Century Japanese Woodblock Prints of Beauties - Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA

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 Dealer Directory  1

USA

 Egenolf Gallery, Burbank, CA

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Australia

 Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, SA
 Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, QLD

Finland

 Ateneum Art Museum - Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki

Israel

 The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

USA

 Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

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Last update: 16 April 2014
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