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Trittico originale con stampa xilografica - Carta - Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915) - 'The Heroic Fight of Cavalry Scout Captain Asakawa' 斥候淺川騎兵大尉奮戰之圖 - Giappone - 1895 (Meji 28)
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Trittico originale con stampa xilografica - Carta - Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915) - 'The Heroic Fight of Cavalry Scout Captain Asakawa' 斥候淺川騎兵大尉奮戰之圖 - Giappone - 1895 (Meji 28)

Original woodblock print triptych – Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915) – 'Sekkō Asakawa kihei taii funsen no zu' 斥候浅川騎兵大尉奮戦之図 (The Heroic Fight of Cavalry Scout Captain Asakawa)- Japan – 1895 (Meiji 28) The triptych depict the fall of Fengcheng Fortress in Liaoning to the Japanese army during the -Qing Japanese war of 1894-95. This Ukiyo-e is made by Kobayashi Kiyochika in meiji 28 period(ca.1893). There are creases and dirt, trimmed margins See Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: https://collections.mfa.org/objects/468315 Kiyochi Kobayashi He good at drawing light and shadows. Light and shadow are well drawn in the art works exhibited this time. The characteristic of Kiyochika's ukiyo-e works is that they depict air and light. Also, the way the facial expressions of people are drawn is softer than the works of the Utagawa and Tsukioka schools. memo Kobayashi Kiyochika can be said to have been the last woodblock print artist. He was born in Asakusa in 1847, the son of a samurai. He studied western art and Japanese art, aiming to become a ukiyoe(wood-block print) artist The disciples include inoue yasuji,Taguchi Yonesaku, and Tsuchiya koitsu. Representative works include “Tokyo meisho-zu” and “neko ni chochin”.

N. 85397741

Venduto
Trittico originale con stampa xilografica - Carta - Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915) - 'The Heroic Fight of Cavalry Scout Captain Asakawa' 斥候淺川騎兵大尉奮戰之圖 - Giappone - 1895 (Meji 28)

Trittico originale con stampa xilografica - Carta - Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915) - 'The Heroic Fight of Cavalry Scout Captain Asakawa' 斥候淺川騎兵大尉奮戰之圖 - Giappone - 1895 (Meji 28)

Original woodblock print triptych – Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915) – 'Sekkō Asakawa kihei taii funsen no zu' 斥候浅川騎兵大尉奮戦之図 (The Heroic Fight of Cavalry Scout Captain Asakawa)- Japan – 1895 (Meiji 28)

The triptych depict the fall of Fengcheng Fortress in Liaoning to the Japanese army during the -Qing Japanese war of 1894-95.
This Ukiyo-e is made by Kobayashi Kiyochika in meiji 28 period(ca.1893).

There are creases and dirt, trimmed margins

See Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: https://collections.mfa.org/objects/468315

Kiyochi Kobayashi He good at drawing light and shadows.
Light and shadow are well drawn in the art works exhibited this time.

The characteristic of Kiyochika's ukiyo-e works is that they depict air and light.
Also, the way the facial expressions of people are drawn is softer than the works of the Utagawa and Tsukioka schools.

memo
Kobayashi Kiyochika can be said to have been the last woodblock print artist.
He was born in Asakusa in 1847, the son of a samurai. He studied western art and Japanese art, aiming to become a ukiyoe(wood-block print) artist
The disciples include inoue yasuji,Taguchi Yonesaku, and Tsuchiya koitsu.
Representative works include “Tokyo meisho-zu” and “neko ni chochin”.

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