Attacking a Beauty

by Meiji era artist (unsigned)

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Attacking a Beauty by Meiji era artist (unsigned)

Original Meiji era Japanese Woodblock Print
Attacking a Beauty

Series; The Yamato Newspaper Supplements

The Yamato Newspaper Supplements - Interesting woodblock from a series of supplements to the daily Yamato Newspaper (Yamato shimbun) around 1885 - 1889. These chuban format scenes are by a variety of artists, including Yoshitoshi and Toshikata, done as covers for short novels or stories, which were sometimes published in multiple parts. Subjects range from samurai and beauties to modern couples and daily activities. This intriguing series is quite rare and would make a great popular culture addition to a Meiji era collection.

The Yamato Newspaper Supplements - Interesting woodblock from a series of supplements to the daily Yamato Newspaper (Yamato shimbun) around 1885 - 1889. These chuban format scenes are by a variety of artists, done as covers for short novels or stories, which were sometimes published in multiple parts. Subjects range from samurai and beauties to modern couples and daily activities. This intriguing series is quite rare and would make a great popular culture addition to a Meiji era collection.

Artist - Meiji era artist (unsigned)

Image Size - 9 1/2" x 6 7/8"

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Slight toning and soiling. Some prints have a few creases or spots. A couple have a small hole or two, repaired. Please see photos for details. Generally in good condition overall.

Attacking a Beauty by Meiji era artist (unsigned)
Attacking a Beauty by Meiji era artist (unsigned)

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