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e Fantasista Utamaro reenquadra-a numa dimensao de obscenidade (Jones, 2014) que, se menos declarada do que "Blurred Lines", nao deixa de entrar em territorio tabu.
Though produced well before The Darling of the Gods, the print shown in figure 3 is a good example of the work of Kitagawa Utamaro, one of the best-known ukiyo-e artists, and the breadth of his influence for Japonism.
Utamaro comes to Manila and-what do you know?-it has to be in a children's museum.
Delicate prints marked by achingly subtle line work, some with softly glimmering mica backgrounds, depict glamorous doll-like figures, each more coy than the last, somehow almost pointedly ignoring the viewer, engaged in their own "floating worlds." In Kitagawa Utamaro's "Fickle Type," from the series Ten Types in the Physiognomic Study of Women (1792-3), the subject seems too engrossed in staring off and absentmindedly playing with her luxuriant robe to notice her own exposed breast.
Like Japanese master printer and painter of women Kitagawa Utamaro (1753-1806), a formative influence, Jacoulet was interested in mother and child as a special population, depicting them in their daily activities as persons with individuality and character.
Unlike the mostly anonymous emaki artists, wood block artists including Hokusai, Hiroshige and Utamaro gained world renown, introducing an element of celebrity and adding appeal for collectors.
En ese sentido se puede apreciar en su extensa obra la influencia de los nordicos Gulbranssen y Blix, los franceses Capiello, Sem, Des Losques y otros que se habian basado en las ensenanzas de los japoneses Utamaro y Hokusai para renovar la pintura y la grafica europeas de principios del siglo XX.
Ikon Gallery, Oozells Square, Brindley Place, Birmingham: Kitagawa Utamaro - survey of woodblock prints, mainly images of women, by 18th century Japanese artist from the British Museum collection.