Utagawa Yoshitsuya

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Signatures of Utagawa Yoshitsuya, both reading “Ichieisai Yoshitsuya ga” (一英斎 芳艶 画)

Utagawa Yoshitsuya (歌川 芳艶, February 22, 1822 – August 2, 1866), also known as Kōko Yoshitsuya (甲胡 芳艶) and as Ichieisai Yoshitsuya (一英斎 芳艶), was a Japanese designer of ukiyo-e woodblock prints.

Yoshitsuya was a student of Utagawa Kuniyoshi and, like his teacher, is best known for his woodblock prints of warriors. Yoshitsuya also produced many advertisements and designs for tattoos.

Yoshitsuya's students include Utagawa Kazutoyo (active c. 1862–70), Utagawa Yoshitoyo II (active c. 1862–77) and Yoshitsuya II (active c. 1870s).

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  • Lane, Richard. (1978). Images from the Floating World, The Japanese Print. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780192114471; OCLC 5246796
  • Newland, Amy Reigle. (2005). Hotei Encyclopedia of Japanese Woodblock Prints. Amsterdam: Hotei. ISBN 9789074822657; OCLC 61666175
  • Roberts, Laurance P. (1976). A Dictionary of Japanese Artists. New York: Weatherhill. ISBN 9780834801134; OCLC 2005932