Yoshitoshi’s Sagas of Beauty and Bravery

     

Yoshitoshi’s Sagas of Beauty and Bravery

In the series Sagas of Beauty and Bravery, Yoshitoshi explored and reinterpreted themes of the supernatural in the context of the tales of the Suikoden.  While the images can be bloody and full of gore, they retain a charm often missing in his later works.  They are hopeful and charming expressions of a supremely-talented young man, and a bittersweet glimpse into a different artistic direction he might have taken but for his hard life and mental illness.

Since we had a near complete set, the sold prints remain as part of the exhibition.

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The Woman Kansuke Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892 The Woman Kansuke SOLD
Inue Shinbei Masashi Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892 Inue Shinbei Masashi SOLD
Fujinami Yukarinosuke Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892 Fujinami Yukarinosuke SOLD
Mutsuki Suginosuke Norifusa Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892 Mutsuki Suginosuke Norifusa SOLD
Ohara Takejiro Takematsu Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892 Ohara Takejiro Takematsu SOLD
Takagi Umanosuke Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892 Takagi Umanosuke SOLD
Hohodemi no Mikoto Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892 Hohodemi no Mikoto SOLD
Shiroki Komakichi Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892 Shiroki Komakichi SOLD
The Temple Acolyte Shiragikumaru Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892 The Temple Acolyte Shiragikumaru SOLD
Aoyagi Harunosuke Yoshitoshi, Taiso, 1839-1892 Aoyagi Harunosuke SOLD
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