Series:Noh gaku 100 ban (1922-25). Condition:not trimmed, no foldline. Maybe it was peeled from mount so partly backed with thin paper(edges of back), please check photo of back. Please see photos for details and color. Tsukioka Kogyo , sometimes called Sakamaki Kogyo , (April 18, 1869 – February 25, 1927) was a Japanese artist of the Meiji period. He was a student and adopted son of Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, and also studied withOgata Gekk? . Gyo sometimes painted other subjects, for most of his career he made pictures of Japanesenoh theatre, either as large-scale paintings or colored woodblock prints. Some sets, such as N? Gaku zue, have been preserved as albums in their original bindings, including accordion-style bindings known as orihon, while other sets such as N? Ga taikan, were issued in sewn bindings known as yamato toji. Although most bound sets belong to institutional collections, individual prints by K? Gyo can still be found through dealers specializing in Japanese prints. The item “TSUKIOKA KOGYO Japanese woodblock print ORIGINAL Ukiyoe Noh Rashou Mon” is in sale since Saturday, June 20, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “anna-shina” and is located in Tokyo. This item can be shipped worldwide.