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Biography Kunimasa IV, Utagawa (1848 - 1920)

Before becoming Kunisada III, and head of the Utagawa school in 1889, this artist was known as Utagawa Kunimasa IV, or Baid˘ Kunimasa, or Baid˘ H˘sai. He studied with both Utagawa Kunisada and with Utagawa Kunisada II. Together with Toyohara Kunichika (1835-1900) he is the most important Meiji kabuki artist, mainly depicting the two leading kabuki stars of that period, Ichikawa Danjur˘ IX and Onoe Kikugoro V.




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