London, South Kensington
6 November 2008
YOSHITOSHI (1839-92), kakemono-e
a vertical diptych entitled 'Rochishin ransui godaizan kongojin o uchikowasu no zu' (Lu Chi Shen in a drunken rage smashing the guardian figure at the Five-Crested Mountain temple), signed Yoshitoshi and published by Matsui Eikichi, framed and glazed.
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