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Toshikata (1866-1908)

Our Soldiers Conquer Heijo (Pyongyand)

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#JP-100277
Toshikata (1866-1908)
Our Soldiers Conquer Heijo (Pyongyand)
Series:
Sino-Japanese War
Medium:
Woodblock Print
Date:
1894
Size:
14.5" x 28"
Signature:
Oju Toshikata e
Condition:
Very good color and impression, tears on edges, creases, water stain upper left sheet, tape on reverse, overall wear
$245.00

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Publisher:
Sekiguchi Masajiro

About the artist

Toshikata Minuzo was a student of the prolific artist Yoshitoshi. He was greatly inspired by his teacher and echoed Yoshitoshi’s series of prints entitled Thirty Two Types of Women in 1888 with his own series, Thirty Six Beauties, in 1893. Toshikata also produced a number of very well received prints on the Sino-Japanese war. he was not limited to woodblock printing, as he studied ceramic painting under Shibatat Hoshu and continued his studies in this field after Hoshu’s death with Watanabe Shotei.

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