#JP5031
Yoshitoyo (1830-1866)

Foreign Elephant

Roll On image to Zoom in
#JP5031
Yoshitoyo (1830-1866)
Foreign Elephant
Medium:
Woodblock Print
Date:
1863
Size:
14" x 9.5"
Signature:
Ichiryusai Yoshitoyo ga
Condition:
Very good color, impression and state, very light vertical fold

Sold

Authenticity Guaranteed

Learn more

Worldwide Shipping

Learn more

Questions about this piece? 212.688.0188

Details

Publisher:
Mori-ya

About the artist

Yoshitoyo was an active ukiyo-e printmaker during the late Edo period and the student of both Kunisada and Kuniyoshi. While Yoshitoyo lived and worked primarily in Edo, though he briefly traveled in Osaka and became a member of the kamigate-e group, or Osaka school. He is known for his warrior prints and kite designs. He may be the same artist as Uehara Yoshitoyo.

"We use cookies to gather web statistics, remember your settings and target ads. Read more about how we use cookies in our Cookie Policy or close tab now."