Welcomed by the changing tide in public taste during the 19th century, Kuniyoshi’s (1797-1861) work was groundbreaking—in content, in format, and in sheer imaginative capacity. His particular genius felt most at home in the world of martial glory, where epic battles raged and fierce warriors clashed to the death. Though the warrior print genre (musha-e) emerged in ukiyo-e early as 1646, Kuniyoshi reimagined the warrior for a 19th century audience. Combining heightened action with fresh tales in imaginative visual detail, Kuniyoshi brought palpable drama and contemporary salience to the heroes of the past. Ronin Gallery is pleased to present this selection of over 30 Kuniyoshi warrior prints.