Kunisada II

Ukiyo-e printmaker. Pupil of Kunisada. At first signed his prints Baido Kunimasa III or Kunimasa, pupil of Kochoro; in 1846 married his master's daughter, took go of Kunisada II and used with it the go of Kochoro and Ichiusai. About 1870, after Kunisada's death, began to use go of Toyokuni IV. His prints, largely done in garish aniline colors, represent the tasteless exaggerated style of late ukiyo-e. Coll.: British, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Fitzwilliam, Ostasiatiska, Staatliche, Tokyo (1), Victoria. Bib Source: Roberts, Laurance P. Dictionary of Japanese Artists.
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