Yamato Takeru Disguised as a Woman Sneaking into the Enemy's Camp

by Meiji era artist (not read)

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Yamato Takeru Disguised as a Woman Sneaking into the Enemy's Camp by Meiji era artist (not read)

Original Meiji era Japanese Woodblock Print
Yamato Takeru Disguised as a Woman Sneaking into the Enemy's Camp

Famous Men from History and Legend - Terrific image from a series depicting famous men from Japanese history and legend, including samurai, noblemen, and Emperors. These wonderful designs range from the famous Soga Brothers avenging their father's death, to the poet Sugawara no Michizane, and the great warrior Kusunoki Masashige saying farewell to his son before heading into battle, knowing that he faced certain death. These handsome designs feature lively color, fine calligraphic line work, and attractive settings. Some include deluxe printing techniques such as embossing or accents of metallic pigment that have oxidized to a dark tone. A great choice for a samurai enthusiast.

Artist - Meiji era artist (not read)

Image Size - 6 1/4" x 8 5/8" + margins as shown

Condition - Condition for rest of group: This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Vertical centerfold. Some prints have a few creases or marks, or a couple small repairs. Please see photos for details.

Yamato Takeru Disguised as a Woman Sneaking into the Enemy's Camp by Meiji era artist (not read)
Yamato Takeru Disguised as a Woman Sneaking into the Enemy's Camp by Meiji era artist (not read)

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