7 November 2007
Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861)
Sesshu Daimotsu-no-ura, Heike no onryo arawaruru zu, the ghosts of the Taira clan attacking Yoshitsune's ship off the coast of Daimotsu, signed Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi, published by Nunokichi good impression, colours and condition, slight worming at edges
Oban tate-e triptych
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One of Kuniyoshi's favourite themes as, according to Teruji Yoshida, he produced no less than twenty-three different triptychs based on this theme.
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