N. 85234897

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Trittico originale con stampa xilografica - Carta - Toyohara Yoshu Chikanobu (1838-1912) - "Kiken kekkonshiki no zu" 貴顕結婚式之図 (Emperor's Wedding Ceremony) - Giappone - 1900 (Meiji 33), aprile
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Trittico originale con stampa xilografica - Carta - Toyohara Yoshu Chikanobu (1838-1912) - "Kiken kekkonshiki no zu" 貴顕結婚式之図 (Emperor's Wedding Ceremony) - Giappone - 1900 (Meiji 33), aprile

Original woodblock print triptych - Paper - Toyohara Yoshu Chikanobu (1838-1912) - "Kiken kekkonshiki no zu" 貴顕結婚式之図 (Emperor's Wedding Ceremony) - Japan - 1900 (Meiji 33), April The sign of ouju Yousai (応需陽斎) is written on the ukiyo-e. Published by 長谷川常次郎 Hasegawa Tsunejirou ※This is Japanese paper so tears easily. There are folds because it is old The picture shows the wedding ceremony of Emperor Taisho. Emperor Taisho married "Setsuko Kujo" in 1900 (Meiji 33) when he was the crown prince.The crown prince in full dress sits on the right side of the center, and the crown princess sits in the form of a Kuge(公家) on the left side of the center. In the background, pine, bamboo, plum and red-crowned crane, which symbolize good luck, are drawn, and in contrast to women in kimono, men in western clothes and even luxurious carpets are delicately and vividly drawn. memo(Yōsai Nobukazu 楊斎延一) Yōshūchikanobu(楊州周延) disciple. he lived in Morikawa-cho, Hongo, Tokyo. He was active as an ukiyo-e artist from around 1870 (Meiji 20) to 1907 (Meiji 40) It is famous mainly for drawing Ukiyo-e of war products such as the Sino-Japanese War and the Russo-Japanese War, and ukiyo-e of samurai. He often draws beauty woman paintings that his master often drew. In the latter years, I also draw a Nikuhitsuga(肉筆画) See Digital Collections of Keio Libraries: https://dcollections.lib.keio.ac.jp/ja/bon-ukiyoe/022/548

N. 85234897

Venduto
Trittico originale con stampa xilografica - Carta - Toyohara Yoshu Chikanobu (1838-1912) - "Kiken kekkonshiki no zu" 貴顕結婚式之図 (Emperor's Wedding Ceremony) - Giappone - 1900 (Meiji 33), aprile

Trittico originale con stampa xilografica - Carta - Toyohara Yoshu Chikanobu (1838-1912) - "Kiken kekkonshiki no zu" 貴顕結婚式之図 (Emperor's Wedding Ceremony) - Giappone - 1900 (Meiji 33), aprile

Original woodblock print triptych - Paper - Toyohara Yoshu Chikanobu (1838-1912) - "Kiken kekkonshiki no zu" 貴顕結婚式之図 (Emperor's Wedding Ceremony) - Japan - 1900 (Meiji 33), April


The sign of ouju Yousai (応需陽斎) is written on the ukiyo-e.
Published by 長谷川常次郎 Hasegawa Tsunejirou

※This is Japanese paper so tears easily.
There are folds because it is old

The picture shows the wedding ceremony of Emperor Taisho.
Emperor Taisho married "Setsuko Kujo" in 1900 (Meiji 33) when he was the crown prince.The crown prince in full dress sits on the right side of the center, and the crown princess sits in the form of a Kuge(公家) on the left side of the center. In the background, pine, bamboo, plum and red-crowned crane, which symbolize good luck, are drawn, and in contrast to women in kimono, men in western clothes and even luxurious carpets are delicately and vividly drawn.

memo(Yōsai Nobukazu 楊斎延一)
Yōshūchikanobu(楊州周延) disciple.
he lived in Morikawa-cho, Hongo, Tokyo.
He was active as an ukiyo-e artist from around 1870 (Meiji 20) to 1907 (Meiji 40)
It is famous mainly for drawing Ukiyo-e of war products such as the Sino-Japanese War and the Russo-Japanese War, and ukiyo-e of samurai.
He often draws beauty woman paintings that his master often drew.
In the latter years, I also draw a Nikuhitsuga(肉筆画)

See Digital Collections of Keio Libraries: https://dcollections.lib.keio.ac.jp/ja/bon-ukiyoe/022/548

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