Taiso Yoshitoshi ga and published by Kobayashi Tetsujiro, and one triptych entitled Nihon no genki "Vigor of Japan", similarly signed and published by Morimoto Shumitsuro- good impressions and color, some creasing and light soil, several sheets stained (21)" /> YOSHITOSHI: <I>oban tate-e</I> (36.5 x 24.7 cm. ea. approx.); seven triptychs from the series <I>Dai Nihon shiryaku zue</I> "Drawings of an abridged history of great Japan", signed <I>Taiso Yoshitoshi ga</I> and published by Kobayashi Tetsujiro, and one triptych entitled <I>Nihon no genki</I> "Vigor of Japan", similarly signed and published by Morimoto Shumitsuro- good impressions and color, some creasing and light soil, several sheets stained (21) | Christie's