Utagawa Yoshitora Japanese Woodblock Print Chushingura 47 Ronin Samurai 1866 14. This is an antique Utagawa Yoshitora Japanese woodblock original print (not a copy) that measures 14 1/2″ x 9 3/4″. This is a Chushingura (47 Ronin) Samurai theme print. The artist Utagawa Yoshitora was the oldest student of Kuniyoshi and worked 1850′s- 1870′s. This print is dated to Year of the Tiger (1866). The print has age related issues… Discoloration, small holes, stains and creases to the thin paper. I have photographed the back side for your examination. The image is one in a series that illustrates the true story of the 47 Ronin / Faithful Samurai warriors of 1700′s Japan. The Samurai are in scenes defending their dead Master’s honor. Yoshitora is a famous Ukiyoe illustrator born in Edo (modern Tokyo). This print presents in vertical direction. My photos are of the actual item you are getting. See our store for other interesting Utagawa Yoshitora prints. Book packages less than 5oz will be sent First Class. Items must be sent back within 5 days after return request. You may qualify for a cheaper rate. Thank you for looking.
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Utagawa Hiroshige Koyo Saruhashi Monkey Bridge in Kai Province Almost certainly a Showa Era rint Framed dimensions: 6.5″ W x 16″ Condition: Very good condition print mounted and framed behind glass. Colors remain bold and bright. Frame is mostly good save for splitting from the screw that holds the wire for hanging. Please see pictures showing item details and condition.
Vintage Japanese woodblock Print Kinryusan Temple at Asakusa. Title: Kinryusan Temple at Asakusa, from the series “One Hundred Famous Views of Edo”. 12″ L x 7 7/8″ W. 20 1/8″ L x 16 1/8″ W x 3/4 D. 12 1/2″ L x 8 1/2″ W.
Original Signed Antique early 19th c. Early Japanese Edo Period Colored Ukiyo-E Print of Kabuki Actor w/ Calligraphy Framed Behind Glass in Fine Black Lacquer Solid Bamboo Frame. Professionally Framed in Carved Black Lacquer Bamboo Solid Wood Frame. Frame: 15.5″ x 21″ x 1. Print: 10″ x 15″. Loss Upper Right; significant sun damage; stray ink marks; faint creases.
No noticeable stains or scratches. Size: 38 cm x 26 cm. Date of birth January 1, 1798. Date of death April 14, 1861. Ukiyoe artist representing Japan in the late Edo period. With his innovative design skills, eccentric ideas, and solid painting ability, he created many works with broad appeal that transcended the boundaries of Ukiyo-e. Giant skeletons emerge from the darkness. Among Kuniyoshi’s works, Soma no Furudairi?????? Is probably the most widely known. We hope you will enjoy “The World of Kuniyoshi Utagawa, ” full of bold and eccentric charm. About Importer’s Obligation. Thank you for your understanding.
This is an original block print by Utagawa Kuniaki. The expressions of each sumo wrestler are clearly expressed. And the number of people is overwhelming! It is a gem that conveys the atmosphere of the time. The rank is [V], but there is no major damage. S:: Same quality as new. A: Excellent condition with no noticeable damage. B: Sense of use, but not bothersome. C: Normal, with scratches, stains, and other signs of use. D: Used item, may have scratches, stains, or other damage. E: Used item with use and damage. W: Items that are junk and badly damaged. V: Items belonging to vintage or antique and may be damaged in some way. Unfortunately it’s not in very good condition. The three pieces are joined together, but there is a crack at the joint. In order to repair it. It is reinforced with paper tape to prevent further damage. It is also lined. All are shown in the images. Please be sure to check the details in the image. A disciple of Utagawa Toyokuni III. His real surname is Hirasawa, commonly known as Tatsunosuke. Called himself Ichiosai after Utagawa’s surname. His father is Tatsunosuke Hirasawa. A member of the 14th program, and his eldest son. His painting period was from the Hiroka to Keio eras. And he painted Genji-e, genre paintings, theater paintings. Yokohama-e paintings, genre paintings, etc. And also left hand-drawn paintings. His younger brother is the second Kuniaki Utagawa. 36cm (length) X 75cm (width). We will pack it with hard paper and vinyl. You may think it is a little expensive. It is not included in the product price. What you need to know about Japanese sellers? As if they are the ones who are having their inventory. This is very unfortunate and very hig high price. But we are different. We keep our inventory well and properly. Stocked in our own warehouse, and we are waiting for your order. We can answer questions by holding the actual product in our hands. Where there are many of the most demanding (and nervous) buyers in the world. We have the ability to meet the expectations of the U. And other countries around the world. However, it is impossible to deliver next day. It will take a little time, but we will deliver from Japan with Japanese quality.
Trying to clean out inventory! Utagawa Kunisada III Double Japanese woodblock print Kabuki actors Samurai. Professionally Framed 23×28″, images about 9×14″ each. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “vegas2newyork818″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
This print is entitled “Mount Asuka in the Eastern Capital (Tôto Asukayama)” and is taken from the artist’s series of Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. The dimensions of this woodblock print measure 9 x 13.5 inches. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints”. The seller is “whiteegretantiques” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.