11 November 2008,
London, King Street
Price realised GBP 7,500
Estimate GBP 7,000 - GBP 9,000
Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)
Fujiwara no Yasumasa gekka roteki zu [Fujiwara no Yasumasa Playing the Flute by Moonlight], the villain Hakamadare Yasusuke [Kidomaru] crouching in the grasses, unable to draw his sword because he is overcome by the beauty of the music, signed Taiso Yoshitoshi sha, published by Akiyama Buemon, publisher's seal dated Meiji 16 (1883), printer's seal Suri Tsune, very good impression, slight fading, slight wear to edges
Oban tate-e triptych
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