In the Kusunoki Camp, Sugimoto Akiyuki Is Rewarded with an Inscribed Sword, 1858

by Kuniyoshi (1797 - 1861)

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In the Kusunoki Camp, Sugimoto Akiyuki Is Rewarded with an Inscribed Sword, 1858 by Kuniyoshi (1797 - 1861)

Original Kuniyoshi (1797 - 1861) Japanese Woodblock Print
In the Kusunoki Camp, Sugimoto Akiyuki Is Rewarded with an Inscribed Sword, 1858

Comments - Unusual scene of samurai overcome with emotion as their leader Kusunoki Masashige presents a famous sword to the warrior Sugimoto Akiyuki. The man at lower left weeps into a white cloth while the seated samurai at upper left uses his hand to wipe away a tear. The warrior in the center, scowls angrily as he leans forward, the sword resting on the floor before him. An intriguing image with expressive figures, nicely detailed.

Artist - Kuniyoshi (1797 - 1861)

Image Size - 13 7/8" x 29"

Condition - This print with excellent detail as shown. Three separate panels. A couple small tears at edges, repaired. Slight toning and soiling, a few creases and stains. Please see photos for details.

In the Kusunoki Camp, Sugimoto Akiyuki Is Rewarded with an Inscribed Sword, 1858 by Kuniyoshi (1797 - 1861)
In the Kusunoki Camp, Sugimoto Akiyuki Is Rewarded with an Inscribed Sword, 1858 by Kuniyoshi (1797 - 1861)