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Torii Kiyomasa was specialized in portraits of Kabuki ( classical Japanese dance-drama ). We don't know much about Torii Kiyomasa. The only thing we know is He was especially active around 1790. We appreciate his personal style. The quality of the representation of faces and traditional dresses is unique.
Torii School (鸟 居 派, torii-ha) was an Ukiyoe school founded in Edo (Tokyo). the Torii were the main producers of posters for kabuki performances, and realized also other promotional works, they were among the precursors of Ukiyo-e. Torii style has greatly influenced the representation of actors and scenes from the kabuki prints, during a large part of the eighteenth century.
The family still exists and continues to make some Kabuki posters.
- Included 1 pieces : 1 poster
- Dimensions : A4 8.27 × 11.69 inches (21×29.7 cm)
- Curb Weight: 75 g
- Material : Paper
- MADE IN JAPAN
Precautions for use:- Do not use near heat or flame