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Artist: Chikanobu Date: 1885 Size/Format: Oban Tate-e by 14 ins) Description: Sato Tadanobu disguised as his lord leaping off a temple balcony into the snow. Series: Gempei Seisui-ki (via JAPAN PRINT GALLERY: Sato Tadanobu)

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The Butterflies Artist: Kunisada (Magicians)Date: May 1863

The Butterflies Artist: Kunisada (Magicians) Date: May 1863 Size/Format: Oban Tate-e, by inches Description: From the series, Toyokuni kigo kijutsu kurabe. The actor Sawamura Tanosuke III in the role Fujinami Yeun-no-jo. Series: A Contest of Magic Scenes

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Kuniyoshi (Taiheki) - Hamaji Shogen Mitsukuni, armoured but without helmet, cutting a blossoming branch with his sword, his left arm out-thrown.

渡辺の源吾綱 猪の熊入道雷雲(1833〜35年/『山本屋版武者絵』シリーズより) 葛飾北斎 72〜74歳ごろ

Hokusai - Warriors in combat Ca - On display at the MFA until August 2015 is an exhibition entitled simply Hokusai, which draws on the museum's collection to provide a broad selection of the Japanese artist's work that spans his entire career.

The Second Ichikawa Monnosuke as a Man Dressed in a Kimono  Katsukawa Shun'ei  (Japanese, 1762–1819)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 1793 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper

The Second Ichikawa Monnosuke as a Man Dressed in a Kimono Katsukawa Shun'ei (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: ca.

Toyokuni I, Bando Mitsugoro as a Samurai Subduing a Tiger-Toyokuni I, Bando Mitsugoro, Japanese woodblock prints, kabuki theatre prints for sale, ukiyo-e art, Toshidama Gallery

Utagawa Toyokuni [aka Toyokuni I] 'Bando Mitsugoro as a Samurai Subduing a Tiger'

Kawanabe Kyosai (1831 - 1889) Two Battling Warriors: Muramatsu in Foreground from Genroku Yamato Nishiki, 1886. Oban.

Kawanabe Kyosai - Two Battling Warriors: Muramatsu in Foreground from Genroku Yamato Nishiki, Oban.

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