The Phoenix Carriage Leaving Nishi-no-maru of the Imperial Palace to Attend a Military Review at Aoyama, 1892

by Nobukazu (1847 - 1899)

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The Phoenix Carriage Leaving Nishi-no-maru of the Imperial Palace to Attend a Military Review at Aoyama, 1892 by Nobukazu (1847 - 1899)

Original Nobukazu (1847 - 1899) Japanese Woodblock Print
The Phoenix Carriage Leaving Nishi-no-maru of the Imperial Palace to Attend a Military Review at Aoyama, 1892

Comments - Handsome scene of the Meiji Emperor and Empress riding in a carriage topped with a phoenix as they leave the Imperial Palace to attend a military review at Aoyama. The Emperor wears a military uniform while the Empress wears a Western dress with a button front and a bonnet topped with feathers and tied under her chin with a purple ribbon. Soldiers on horseback follow behind, carrying spears upright with fluttering red and white pennants. Nicely detailed with burnishing on the black uniforms and the black areas of the carriage.

Artist - Nobukazu (1847 - 1899)

Image Size - 14 1/8" x 9 3/8" + margins as shown

Condition - Good color and detail.

The Phoenix Carriage Leaving Nishi-no-maru of the Imperial Palace to Attend a Military Review at Aoyama, 1892 by Nobukazu (1847 - 1899)
The Phoenix Carriage Leaving Nishi-no-maru of the Imperial Palace to Attend a Military Review at Aoyama, 1892 by Nobukazu (1847 - 1899)

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