Ôban tate-e: 35.0 x 24.3cm image/sheet
KUNISADA was one of the most popular ukiyo-e artists at the end of the Edo period. He was a pupil of Toyokuni and later succeeded the master's name. His subject matter ranged from women, actors, wrestlers and genre scenes, often working with HIROSHIGE II who provided the landscape.
Asian Art Department, AGNSW, 1993.
AJIOKA Chiaki (Japan) (Curator), Heroes and villains: from Japan's floating world, Sydney, May 2001, 6. cat.no. 1.18
'The Floating World', The Asian Collections Art Gallery of New South Wales 2003, 2003, 254 (colour illus.).
Art speaks Japanese: Japanese language education kit from the collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales 2007, 2007, colour illus.. card no. 11
Heroes and Villains, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 19 May 2001–19 Aug 2001.