Original woodblock print - Uknouwn - 'Shishi' 獅子 (Lions) - No 6 from the series "Kyoiku kunga” 教育訓画 (Educational Images) - 1886
There are several series of this woodcut
At that time, it was used as an animal picture book.
The lion's bone, the lion of the pair and child are drawn.
The version is written above.
Lion is one of the strong and brave beasts living in the tropics of Asia and Africa.
Therefore, it is called the king of beasts.
The body exceeds 56 shaku(1696.97 cm).
The appearance is very dignified.
Lion always cheat forests and grass fields and eat other animals.
There is a little dirt on the back.
Paper is stuck on the back to increase the strength.
See Kumon Museum of Chidren's Ukiyo-e: https://www.kumon-ukiyoe.jp/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=72
- Original woodblock print
- Region/ Country of origin
- Artist/ Maker
- Theme/ depiction
- Title of artwork
- 'Shishi' 獅子 (Lions) - No 6 from the series "Kyoiku kunga” 教育訓画 (Educational Images)
- Reasonable condition, see description
- 244×358×0 mm