. English: Accession Number: 2008.70 Display Artist: Utagawa Kunisada Display Title: The Flute (Yokobue) Translation(s): Yokubue Series Title: Illustrations of Genji Incense (Genji-k0 no zu) Suite Name: Tales of Genji Creation Date: ca. 1845 Medium: Woodblock Height: 10 in. Width: 7 1/4 in. Display Dimensions: 10 in. x 7 1/4 in. (25.4 cm x 18.42 cm) Publisher: Yamamotoya Heikichi Credit Line: 'Gift of Captain George B. Powell, Jr., JAGC, USN' Label Copy: 'Kunisada, who would be the predominant artist to publish prints of the stylish characters from the Inaka Genji, also produced illustrations

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. English: Accession Number: 2008.70 Display Artist: Utagawa Kunisada Display Title: The Flute (Yokobue) Translation(s): Yokubue Series Title: Illustrations of Genji Incense (Genji-k0 no zu) Suite Name: Tales of Genji Creation Date: ca. 1845 Medium: Woodblock Height: 10 in. Width: 7 1/4 in. Display Dimensions: 10 in. x 7 1/4 in. (25.4 cm x 18.42 cm) Publisher: Yamamotoya Heikichi Credit Line: 'Gift of Captain George B. Powell, Jr., JAGC, USN' Label Copy: 'Kunisada, who would be the predominant artist to publish prints of the stylish characters from the Inaka Genji, also produced illustrations  Stock Photo
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. English: Accession Number: 2008.70 Display Artist: Utagawa Kunisada Display Title: The Flute (Yokobue) Translation(s): Yokubue Series Title: Illustrations of Genji Incense (Genji-k0 no zu) Suite Name: Tales of Genji Creation Date: ca. 1845 Medium: Woodblock Height: 10 in. Width: 7 1/4 in. Display Dimensions: 10 in. x 7 1/4 in. (25.4 cm x 18.42 cm) Publisher: Yamamotoya Heikichi Credit Line: 'Gift of Captain George B. Powell, Jr., JAGC, USN' Label Copy: 'Kunisada, who would be the predominant artist to publish prints of the stylish characters from the Inaka Genji, also produced illustrations
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. English: Accession Number: 2008.70 Display Artist: Utagawa Kunisada Display Title: The Flute (Yokobue) Translation(s): Yokubue Series Title: Illustrations of Genji Incense (Genji-k0 no zu) Suite Name: Tales of Genji Creation Date: ca. 1845 Medium: Woodblock Height: 10 in. Width: 7 1/4 in. Display Dimensions: 10 in. x 7 1/4 in. (25.4 cm x 18.42 cm) Publisher: Yamamotoya Heikichi Credit Line: 'Gift of Captain George B. Powell, Jr., JAGC, USN' Label Copy: 'Kunisada, who would be the predominant artist to publish prints of the stylish characters from the Inaka Genji, also produced illustrations of the original eleventh-century novel with the figures in Heian-period dress and in antiquated styles. The moment depicted in this print is when the male courtier suddenly recognizes that the boy, who was thought to be the son of Prince Genji, was actually fathered by someone else. He then recited the poem which is written at the top of the page as a way to indirectly state his awareness of the matter. ' Label Copy (Spanish): 'Kunisada, quien fuera el artista predominante en la publicacin de personajes de moda del Inaka Gengi, tambin produjo ilustraciones para la novela original del siglo XI con las figuras vestidas en prendas del perodo Heian y en estilos antiguos. El momento representado en esta impresin es cuando el servidor de la corte de repente se da cuenta que el muchacho, quien se pensaba era el hijo del Prncipe Gengi, en realidad haba sido engendrado por otro hombre. Entonces recit el poema escrito en la parte superior de la pgina, revelando indirectamente que estaba conciente del asunto. ' Collection: <a href='http://www.sdmart.org/art/our-collection/asian-art' rel='nofollow'>The San Diego Museum of Art</a> . 13 May 2008, 09:49:46. English: thesandiegomuseumofartcollection 1173 The Flute (Yokobue) (5759422806)