The Ronin Cut off the Head of Kira Yoshihisa after Dragging Him out of a Shed near the Kitchen, 1921

by Shin-hanga & Modern artist (not read)

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The Ronin Cut off the Head of Kira Yoshihisa after Dragging Him out of a Shed near the Kitchen, 1921 by Shin-hanga & Modern artist (not read)

Shin-hanga & Modern artist (not read) Japanese Lithograph Print
The Ronin Cut off the Head of Kira Yoshihisa after Dragging Him out of a Shed near the Kitchen, 1921

Series; The Loyal Ronin (Gishi Taikan), 1921

The Loyal Ronin - Fantastic design from a series of woodblock prints published in 1921 under the title "Gishi Taikan" or "The Loyal Ronin." Based on the famous tale of the 47 Ronin, these lovely images illustrate scenes from this classic story of honor and revenge. Unlike traditional ronin series, these images focus on more quiet moments from the story, including beautiful landscape settings, contemplative nature scenes, and the quiet interaction between characters. A variety of artists contributed designs to the series. Beautifully printed with fine detail and soft coloring, these rare prints are a great choice to collect or display. A fascinating interpretation of this timeless legend.

Artist - Shin-hanga & Modern artist (not read)

Image Size - 9 3/4" x 13 1/2"; album page 12 1/4" x 16 1/4"

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Mounted to stiff paper album page. Slight toning. A few backing pages have creases at edges. Please see photos for details.

The Ronin Cut off the Head of Kira Yoshihisa after Dragging Him out of a Shed near the Kitchen, 1921 by Shin-hanga & Modern artist (not read)

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