Angry Confrontation

by Kunisada II (1823 - 1880)

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Angry Confrontation by Kunisada II (1823 - 1880)

Original Kunisada II (1823 - 1880) Japanese Woodblock Print
Angry Confrontation

Comments - Handsome kabuki scene of an angry confrontation between a commoner and a samurai. At left, the commoner stares over his shoulder with a worried frown as he grips a sword in one hand, the loose hair at his face giving him a disheveled appearance. The samurai glares back at him angrily, a lantern in one hand. He wears a black coat with a collar decorated with swirling thunderclouds over a black kimono and suit of armor. The black coat features a beautiful burnished lozenge and cloud pattern. The beauty at right grins happily, seemingly unaware of the conflict. Nice large expressive figures set against a softly shaded night sky.

Artist - Kunisada II (1823 - 1880)

Image Size - 13 3/4" x 28 7/8"

Condition - This print with excellent detail as shown. Three separate panels, backed with paper. Slight soiling and curling, a few ripples and creases. Please see photos for details.

Angry Confrontation by Kunisada II (1823 - 1880)
Angry Confrontation by Kunisada II (1823 - 1880)

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