Fan Prints

 

An uchiwa is a non-folding fan consisting of paper attached to a bamboo frame.á These prints, which were intended to be glued onto an uchiwa (団扇), are called uchiwa-e (団扇絵).á

Series

Date

Robinson

1961ç

Robinson

1982*

Brother Pictures for Comparison (E-ky˘dai awase kagami)

c. 1840

 

 

Untitled series of beauties reflected in mirrors (women)

1844-1845

 

 

Seven Benten Shrines of Good Fortune (women) (T˘to shichifuku Benten)

1843-1846

 

 

Famous Brands of Sake (women) (Meishu zoroi)

1843-1846

 

 

Eight Selected Flowers from the Garden (women) (Enchű hassen ka)

1845

219

 

Moon and Sun Shells for Tomobiki (women) (Tsukihigai ataru tomobiki)

c. 1845

 

 

Joruri Plays Briefly Described (Hitokuchi j˘ruri)

c. 1845

 

 

Eight Assemblies of the Floating Night (women) (Ukiyo hakkwai)

1847-1850

50

 

Perfect Matches (women with actor insets) (Aisho kagami)

1847-1850

 

 

ďtsu Pictures for the Eight Views (women) (ďtsu-e hakkei)

1849-1851

212

 

Parody of... (women) (Mitate...)

1849-1855

41

 

Famous Places in Edo (women) (Edo no meisho)

 

 

 

A Selection of 6 Modern Summer Scenes (women) (Imay˘ rokkasen)

1853

 

 

A Collection of Charming Music (women) (Enkyoku zoroi)

1853

 

 

Summer Evenings (women) (Natsu no yűgure) Images added 3/9/17

1853

 

 

 

Miscellaneous fan prints of women Image added 3/28/17 (Part III)

 

99 and 213

 

Fan prints of actors

 

 

 

Fan prints of warriors and historical figures

 

 

S95e

Fan prints of humorous and miscellaneous subjects Image added 3/7/17 (at end)

 

201

 

ç ôRobinson 1961ö indicates listing in Kuniyoshi by Basil William Robinson, 1961, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

* ôRobinson 1982ö indicates listing in Kuniyoshi: The Warrior-Prints by Basil William Robinson (Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 1982) and its privately published supplement.

 

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