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's procession leaving the Imperial Palace to attend a military review at Aoyama. A soldier on a horseback leads the wave carrying a flag bearing the royal chrysanthemum crest, followed by a groom leading teams of white horses. Behind them, the procession continues, crossing a stone bridge over the moat, with more participants on a second bridge just behind. Nicely detailed with burnishing on the black uniforms.

Artist - Nobukazu (1847 - 1899)

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

Condition - Nice color and detail. Horizontal folds, a couple creases at edges.

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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