Hitsu Saisho Haruhira Finding his Father was Cruelly Imprisoned by the Chinese

Hitsu Saisho Haruhira Finding his Father was Cruelly Imprisoned by the Chinese

Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892

Hitsu Saisho Haruhira Finding his Father was Cruelly Imprisoned by the Chinese
  • Series : Twenty-four Accomplishements in Imperial Japan
  • Date : 1887
  • Medium : woodblock
  • Item# : 280644
  • Condition : Album backing
  • Dimensions : 13 x 8 3/4 inches
  • Comments : Lacquer highlights
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  • Price : $300


About The Artist

Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892

N.: Tsukioka (originally Yoshioka) Kinzaburo. F.N.: Yonejiro. Go: Gyokuoro, Ikkaisai, Kaisai, Oju, Sokatei, Yoshitoshi. (After 1873 changed his family anme to Taiso.) Ukiyo-e printmaker and leading ukiyo-e print artist of the Meiji Era. Lived in Tokyo. Pupil of Utagawa Kuniyoshi; also studied with Kikuchi Yosai and was adopted by Tsukioka Sessai. In the 1870s worked as a newspaper illustrator. Author of many series of prints depicting bijin, aspects of the moon, historical heroes. In.....

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