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Ichikawa Danjuro VI as Arakawa Taro, ca. 1794

Ichikawa Danjuro VI as Arakawa Taro, ca. 1794

Ichikawa Danjuro VI as Arakawa Taro, ca. 1794
By Toshusai Sharaku (Japanese, active 1794 – 1795)
Woodblock print on paper; 13 x 9 1/4 inches
Gibbes Museum of Art, Gift of Mary Alston Read Simms from the Collection of Motte Alston Read in memory of him and his mother, Jane Ladson Alston Read (1948.004.0174)

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