Otani Tomoemon V as Kohagi, Actually Atsumori, 1868

by Kunichika (1835 - 1900)

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Otani Tomoemon V as Kohagi, Actually Atsumori, 1868 by Kunichika (1835 - 1900)

Original Kunichika (1835 - 1900) Japanese Woodblock Print
Otani Tomoemon V as Kohagi, Actually Atsumori, 1868

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Otani Tomoemon V as Kohagi, Actually Atsumori, 1868 - Handsome kabuki portrait of Otani Tomoemon as the beauty Kohagi, who is actually the young Taira warrior Atsumori in disguise after the defeat of his clan by the Minamoto. Here, she looks out of the corners of her eyes with a frightened expression as she nervously fingers the edge of her sleeves. She wears a blue violet kimono patterned with cherry blossoms and flowing water over a red under robe, her hair adorned with a lacquer comb, floral ornaments, and ribbons. A nice expressive figure set of the by bright blue background.

Artist - Kunichika (1835 - 1900)

Image Size - 14 1/8" x 9 1/2" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Small loss and thinning spots, repaired. Toning, slight soiling and creasing, rubbing, including on face. Please see photos for details.

Otani Tomoemon V as Kohagi, Actually Atsumori, 1868 by Kunichika (1835 - 1900)
Otani Tomoemon V as Kohagi, Actually Atsumori, 1868 by Kunichika (1835 - 1900)

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