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This beautiful woodblock Japanese work is an example of the nineteenth century ukiyo-e print style. Unfurling with every look, it is a richly narrative work that is both delicate and engrossing. An exquisite example from the prolific and masterful printmaker Utagawa Kunisada, 'Untitled (The Trapping of Mythical Monsters)' guarantees to never bore and instead, eternally delight.
Utagawa KUNISADA (1786 - 1865)'Untitled (The Trapping of Mythical Monsters)' 1850woodblock on paperImage Size: 33 x 70 cm Dimensions: 100 x 65 x 5 cm Comes with Letter of ProvenanceToyokuni III Availability: in stockCondition: fair. This work of art has water damage on the base. It is restorable. Contact us for further information.© The Artist or Assignee
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Since 2001, Angela Tandori Fine Art has been connecting people across the world with art they love. With a focus on Modern and Contemporary collectable Australian art, we offer a platform where first-time, as well as established collectors can discover art with confidence. Always available online - we are professional so you can be passionate.
Our director, Angela Tandori is a second generation art dealer who begun working in the industry in 1998. Armed with vast experience in auctioning, valuing, exhibiting and consulting in Australian art, Angela has honed her vision for the modern collector. She holds a certificate in Auction & Valuation practice and is a member of the Art Consulting Association of Australia and an associate member of the Auctioneers and Valuers Association of Australia. Plus, she’s an avid art collector herself!
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