Utagawa Kuniyoshi, original name Igusa Magosaburo (born January 1, 1797, Kanda, Edo [now Tokyo]-died April 14, 1861, Edo), Japanese painter and printmaker of the ukiyo-e ("pictures of the floating world") movement. Like his rival Utagawa Kunisada, Kuniyoshi was a pupil of Utagawa Toyokuni. He established his fame as the designer of musha-e ("warrior prints") with his series of prints entitled Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyakuhachinin ("One Hundred and Eight Popular Warrior Heroes from Shui-hu ch'uan"), published in about 1827. He also produced landscapes, frequently using Western perspective. Among the most famous of these are the 10-print series Toto meisho ("Famous Sights of Edo") and the five-print series Toto Fujimi sanjurokkei ("Thirty-six Sites in Edo Overlooking Mount Fuji").(35,5 cm x 22,5 cm) ; The framed dimensions are approximately: 21. The frame has some minor scratches! This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints". The seller is "hourestate" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.