Warriors
  • Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
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    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)- Danjo Matsunaga Hisahide Preparing to Commit Suicide. From the seriesYoshitoshi musha burui (Yoshitoshiï's Courageous Warriors). 1883.
    Oban. Keyes 460-4; Keyes, The Bizarre Imagery of Yoshitoshi, no. 21. Very good impression. Fine colour. Fine condition with large margins.
    $1,280
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    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)- A Fleet of Warriors at Mitsuke. From the series Suehiro gojusantsugi(The Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido Road with Cartouches in the Shape of Fans).1865.
    Oban. Keyes 138-9. Fine impression with strong woodgrain. Fine colour and condition.
    $850
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    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)- Hino Kumawakamaru and the Priest Calling Back the Boat. From the series Yoshitoshi mushaburui (Yoshitoshi’s Warriors Trembling with Courage).
    1885. Oban. Keyes 460-14. Fine impression and colour. Very good condition.
    $800
  • Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi
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    Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi (1797-1861)- Loyal Retainer Tomimori Suke'emon Masakata
    From the series Seichu gishi den (Biographies of Loyal and Righteous Samurai). 1847. Oban. 37.6 x 25.6cm. Robinson S54-27, Weinberg, no. 127, Heroes & Ghosts, no. 67, Clark, Kuniyoshi, no. 44. Fine impression, colour and condition.
  • Yamazaki Toshinobu
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    Yamazaki Toshinobu (1857-1886)- Mongaku Shonin Doing Penance Under the Waterfall. From the series Nihon ryakushi-zu (A Simplified Picture of Japanese History)
    1879. Oban. Fine impression with splashed gofun. Fine colour and condition.
    $800
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    Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi (1797-1861)- Mongaku Shonin Doing Penance Under the Waterfall. Sembu (Not a Very Lucky Day). From the series Rokuyosei Kuniyoshi jiman (Six Conditions of Nature, Kuniyoshi’s Pride)
    1860. Oban. 37.3 x 25.7 cm. Robinson S 93-4, fig. 29; Suzuki (1992) 212; Schaap, Heroes and Ghosts, plate 104. Fine impression with splashed gofun. Restored wormhole. Otherwise, fine condition. Untrimmed impressions of this very dramatic design are rare.
  • Kawanabe Kyosai
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    Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889)- The Warrior Horibe Yasubei Taketsune. From the series Genroku yamato nishiki (Japanese Brocades from the Genroku Period)
    1886. Oban. 37.2 x 26 cm. KKM, 1990, no. 185. Fine impression with extensive splashed gofun for the snow. Fine colour. Very good condition.
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    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)- Ii no Hayata Killing a Nue at the Imperial Palace (Dairi ni Ii no Hayata nue o sazu zu). From the series Shingata sanjurokkaisen (New Forms of Thirty-six Ghosts).1889.
    Keyes 509-21, Stevenson 10. Fine impression with two colour cartouche and wood-grain. Fine colour and condition.
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    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)- The Ghost of Wicked Genta Yoshihira Attacking Namba Jiro at Nunobiki Waterfall (Nunobiki no taki Akugenta Yoshihira no rei Namba Jiro o utsu). From the series Shingata sanjurokkaisen (New Forms of Thirty-six Ghosts). 1889.
    Oban. Keyes 509-9, Stevenson 19. Fine impression with two colour cartouche and wood-grain. Fine colour and condition.
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    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)- Uesugi Kenshin Nyudo Terutora Riding into Battle. From the series Yoshitoshi Mushaburui (Yoshitoshi’s Courageous Warriors).
    1886. Oban. Keyes 460-1. Fine, early impression. Fine colour and condition.
  • Kawanabe Kyosai
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    Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889)- Repelling of the Mongol Pirate Ships (Moko zokusen Taiji no zu).
    1863. Oban triptych. 36.3 x 76.5 cm. KKM (1991) 2. Fine impression with splashed gofun for the waves. Fine colour. Very good condition. For an interesting discussion of this print see Tim Clark, Kyosai: Demon of Paintings, British Museum, London, 1993, page 117.
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    Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889)- Okuda Sademon Yukitaka Slashing at a Box for the Shell Game. From the series Genroku yamato nishiki (Japanese Brocades from the Genroku Period).
    1886. Oban. Fine impression with extensive burnishing. Fine colour and condition.
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    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)- Kintaro Seizes the Giant Carp (Kintaro rigyo o toru).
    1885. Vertical oban diptych. 74 x 27.8 cm. Keyes 473. Provenance: Kaburaki Kiyokata (1878-1973), a pupil of Yoshitoshi. Fine, early impression with gum applied to the eyes of Kintaro and the carp. Fine colour and condition. Both sheets joined.
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    Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892)- Kon Sosho Facing a Dragon on a Rocky Promontory Over the Sea. From the series Wakan hyaku monogatari (One Hundred Ghost Stories of China and Japan).
    1865. Oban. Keyes 134.25. Fine, early impression on deluxe paper with over-printing on the dragon. Fine colour. Slight rubbing in the margins. Very good condition.
  • Taguchi Beisaku
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    Taguchi Beisaku (1864-1903)- Bizarre Manchurian Horseman Spy on the Japanese Camp Near Sauhoku
    1895. Oban triptych. Fine impression, colour and condition. Tamba 267, Philadelphia 40.
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