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A print mounted on a hanging scroll. A format used for *ukiyo-e G prints. Generally, two sheets in the *ooban 唻 format size were joined vertically and mounted with paper border and backing kami-byousou \ onto a simple hanging scroll *kakemono | and used to decorate the houses of townspeople. Kakemono-e popular in the first half of 19c were often prints of beautiful women *bijinga l and beautiful boys by artists such as Utagawa Toyohiro ̐LL (?-1830) and Kikukawa Eizan epR (1787-1867). Utagawa Toyokuni ̐L (1769-1825) and Kunisada (1786-1865), who also produced actor prints *yakusha-e ҊG, and Utagawa Hiroshige ̐Ld (also known as Andou Hiroshige, 1797-1858) worked on landscapes and birds-and-flowers in the kakemono-e format. In addition, hand-colored *beni-e gG prints in the habahiro hashira-e LG (wide pillar-picture) format by Okumura Masanobu M (1686-1764) and Ishikawa Toyonobu ΐLM (1711-85) are also sometimes referred to as kakemono-e, because the size and the way they were decorated closely resembled later kakemono-e. However, these used only one larger ooban sheet rather than two.
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