The Secluded Residence of Ogo, 1885

by Toyonobu (1859 - 1886)

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The Secluded Residence of Ogo, 1885 by Toyonobu (1859 - 1886)

Original Toyonobu (1859 - 1886) Japanese Woodblock Print
The Secluded Residence of Ogo, 1885

Series; The New Biography of Toyotomi Hideyoshi (Shinsen Taikoki)

The Secluded Residence of Ogo, 1885 - Attractive scene of Lady Oyae performing a dance for Hashiba Hideyoshi at the secluded residence of Ogo. She strikes a pose holding her fan out before her, wearing a black kimono patterned with oversized blossoms and leaves of a white and yellow under robe with violet motifs, the fabric trailing on the floor around her. Hideyoshi watches at right, relaxing against a lacquer arm rest with a large cup of sake in his hand, two young boys at his side, The room opens onto a garden with blossoming cherry trees and a pond. Nicely detailed with burnishing on the black kimono, and embossing on the white and yellow robe and cherry blossoms. The first time we've seen this design from the series.

Artist - Toyonobu (1859 - 1886)

Image Size - 14" x 18 5/8" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Two separate panels. Small repair, a few wrinkles. Please see photos for details.

The Secluded Residence of Ogo, 1885 by Toyonobu (1859 - 1886)
The Secluded Residence of Ogo, 1885 by Toyonobu (1859 - 1886)

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