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Custom Printed Slippers 1916: Ukiyo-e The Sixth Month, Enjoying the Evening Cool in a Teahouse Flip-flops

Custom Printed Slippers 1916: Ukiyo-e The Sixth Month, Enjoying the Evening Cool in a Teahouse Flip-flops

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Torii Kiyonaga (Torii Kiyonaga, 1752-1815), an ukiyo-e painter in the Edo period.
Torii Kiyonaga is a student of Torii Kiyomizu and the fourth generation heir painter of the Torii School.
A character belonging to the period between Suzuki Harunobu and Kitagawa Utamaro, active in Tenmei.
Kiyonaga is famous for his diptychs and triptychs. His specialty is "Qiyaga Bijin" style beauties. Torii improved Suzuki Harunobu's delicate and pitiful female paintings, and absorbed the characteristics of Shigemasa Kitao, changing the beauties into A slender, realistic and healthy female portrait.
His paintings are usually of married women with healthy, cheerful smiles.
Along with Suzuki Harunobu, Kitagawa Utamaro, Toshusai Sara, Katsushika Hokusai, and Ando Hiroshige, they are listed as the "Six Masters of Ukiyo-e".
Torii Kiyonaga (1735-1785) was almost born for Ukiyo-e. He was born in a bookseller's family in Edo, and he has been dealing with illustrations since he was a child.
He first worshiped Torii Kiyoman as his teacher, so he was named Torii Kiyomicho, and he is the fourth generation of Torii School.
At that time, the Torii school was famous for its portraits of kabuki performers, and Torii Kiyonaga also inherited this style of painting, following his teacher Qingman to learn how to paint ladies.
Later, Qing Chang learned from Fei Chunxin's style of painting, and later gave up this style of painting. It was not until the early days of Tianming period (1781-1789) that he developed his own unique artistic style.
Unlike Harunobu Suzuki's paintings of young girls, Kiyonaga Torii usually painted married women.
The beauties in Torii Kiyonaga's works are elegant, healthy, cheerful, and gorgeous, which meet the aesthetic needs of Edo in this period.
Qingchang beauties are usually placed in scenic spots or unique living rooms. Although the background obtained often contains the poetic flavor of a certain season, it gives people a realistic sense of beauty and idealistic reverie.

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