Oribe Yasubei from 47 Ronin Series, #34


 
  • P0602-185
  • Oribe Yasubei from 47 Ronin Series, #34
  • Woodblock Print
  • Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861)
  • Japan
  • Dated 1847-1848
  • Ink on Paper
  • 10'' W x 14.5'' H
  • $2195
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  • Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) was a master of ukiyo-e from the Utagawa school, regarded as the most famous and powerful style of the 19th century. He made a name for himself by creating warrior prints with unique twists such as adding original tattoos and ghostly, dream-like elements. Though most known for his warrior subjects he also produced works of many genres including bijin-ga beauties, animals, kabuki actors and landscapes. This series is from the story of 47 Ronin, a true tale of loyalty, honor, perseverance and sacrifice... Read more
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P0602-185 – Oribe Yasubei from 47 Ronin Series, #34
 
Oribe Yasubei from 47 Ronin Series, #34

 
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