C1884

Setsugekka: Sanshu, Okazaki yuki, Kofuyu, Ishikawa Goemon. (Mikawa, Snow at Okazaki, Kofuyu and Ishikawa Goemon).

Artist:

Toyohara (Yoshu - hikano)

The famous bandit Ishikawa Goemon (died 1594) and he is shown at the Mountain Gate of Nanzenoji, a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto. In the Kabuki play Sanmon gozan no kiri, (Temple Gate and Paulownia Crest), he wanted to avenge … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Setsugekka: Sanshu, Okazaki yuki, Kofuyu, Ishikawa Goemon. (Mikawa, Snow at Okazaki, Kofuyu and Ishikawa Goemon).

Date:

C1884

Artist:

Toyohara (Yoshu - hikano)

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

AUTHENTICITY
Setsugekka: Sanshu, Okazaki yuki, Kofuyu, Ishikawa Goemon. (Mikawa, Snow at Okazaki, Kofuyu and Ishikawa Goemon). - Antique Print from 1884

Genuine antique
dated:

1884

Description:

The famous bandit Ishikawa Goemon (died 1594) and he is shown at the Mountain Gate of Nanzenoji, a Zen Buddhist temple in Kyoto. In the Kabuki play Sanmon gozan no kiri, (Temple Gate and Paulownia Crest), he wanted to avenge his father’s death by killing the warrior Mashiba Hisayoshi (in real life he was Toyotomi Hideyoshi). In this scene he is disguised as the itinerant monk and accepting a gift from the maiden Kofuyu. Inset A sword and courtier’s cap. From the series Setsugekka. ‘Snow, Moon, Flowers’

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