The Utagawa Lineage of Japanese Prints

The Utagawa school of Japanese print making was founded by Toyokuni I and Toyohiro at the end of the 18th century and spanned the whole of the 19th century, with pupils including Kuniyoshi, Kunisada, Hiroshige, Kunichika, Yoshitoshi and dozens more, fifteen of whom feature in the gallery's current show - an in depth look at the Utagawa Lineage - and legacy.

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