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Utagawa Toyokuni III

Japan

Even if you travel to Japan often, you won’t be an expert in Japanese print-making. You can, however, become an expert on one of Utagawa Toyokuni III’s works.

Gift package:

· Utagawa Tokoyuni III Cherryblossoms and Prince Genji at Rokujo (1854), ink on paper, 78x35,5 cm;

· 3 nights in the most charming and stylish hotel Aman Tokyo - Deluxe room with VIP welcome amenity and breakfast for two included;

· Special arrangement – a half-day private guided tour of Tokyo’s art world  by an Art Professor;

 · hand-written calligraphic greeting for the recipient.

TOTAL PRICE FOR ART & EXPERIENCE: 5400.00 €

Utagawa Tokoyuni III (1786-1864) was the most talented pupil of Toyokuni I who was considered to be one of the most influential Ukiyo-e artists. Utagawa Tokoyuni III’s later masterpieces reflect the taste and customs of the closing decades of The Tokugawa period.

The artist’s rich output features prints of kabuki actors and beautiful women, and Cherryblossoms and Prince Genji at Rokujou, represents a masterful harmony of colour and composition in the best traditions of Japanese art.

  • Rooms and free upgrades to the next room category are subject to availability
  • The art as a gift package can be upgraded with Suite categories, additional nights, transfers and other private services for a supplement.