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Yoshitoshi Tsukioka (Taiso) 1839-1892 - Essays by Yoshitoshi - Falling Samurai

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Yoshitoshi Tsukioka (Taiso) 1839-1892 - Essays by Yoshitoshi - Falling Samurai
Essays by Yoshitoshi - Falling Samurai
by Yoshitoshi Tsukioka (Taiso) 1839-1892

Yoshitoshi Tsukioka (Taiso), 1839-1892    The Odd Meiji Genius
Yoshitoshi is considered to be one of the greatest artists of the Meiji era. He started his career as a pupil of Kuniyoshi. Yoshitoshi produced a number of famous print series during his lifetime - the most famous ones being the '100 Aspects of the Moon', series about beautiful women and his ghost series. Until his early fourties, the artist's life was a struggle for financial survival. Only in his late years he found public recognition and commercial success. Yoshitoshi suffered from depression and mental illness and died at the age of 53 from a cerebral hermorrhage.
Biography Yoshitoshi Taiso  |  Bloody Yoshitoshi Prints  |  Inaba Mountain Moon
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Item 64160
Title Essays by Yoshitoshi - Falling Samurai
  rare
Artist Yoshitoshi Tsukioka (Taiso) 1839-1892
Description "Ikkai Zu-hitsu" (Essays by Yoshitoshi). The samurai heroes of the Satomi clan, Inuzuka Shinano and Inukai Kempachi, are falling during a fight from the roof of Horyukaku pavilion.
Signature Ikkaisai Yoshitoshi.
Dated 1873.
Publisher Masada-ya.
Medium/Technique Woodblock print.
Impression Very good.
Colors Excellent - very good ... Shomen-zuri patterns on black kimono.
Condition Very good ... The bottom and the left margins were trimmed and then, re-margined. A pin sized hole on the middle right area. Slightly creased.
Format Oban tate-e
Width Item 9.8 inches = 25.0 cm
Height Item 14.3 inches = 36.3 cm
Literature van den Ing, Eric; Robert Schaap, "Beauty & Violence: Japanese Prints by Yoshitoshi 1839-1892", Bergeyk: Society for Japanese Arts, 1992, ISBN 90-70216-04-3, - No. 23.8.
 
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