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Nobukazu (1872-1944)

Hachiman Taro at Gosannen Battle

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Nobukazu (1872-1944)
Hachiman Taro at Gosannen Battle
Medium:
Woodblock Print
Date:
1896
Size:
13.5" x 27"
Signature:
Oju Yosai Nobukazu hitsu
Condition:
Good color and impression, mat marks, light fold, wear and soiing, small pieces of matting tape on reverse.
$500.00

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Publisher:
Sakaguchi Chujiro

About the art

The story goes that Hachiman Taro foresaw a hiding enemy, waiting to launch their ambush, by watching the flight of geese.

About the artist

Nobukazu Watanabe was a woodblock print artist active during the during the late 19th century. A student of Chikanobu Toyohara, Nobukazu worked across a variety of genres, from senso-e (war prints) depicting the Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) to scenes of Meiji-period modernization. He used the go Yosai. His prints can be found in the collections of institutions worldwide, including the Victoria & Albert in London and Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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