Yoshitoshi, Tsukioka – Taira no Tadamori and the Oil Thief – S1332

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Yoshitoshi, Tsukioka – Taira no Tadamori and the Oil Thief – S1332

$161.00

This is no 16 from the series. This print illustrates a samuria of the Taira clan named Tadamori watching a sinister looking man at Gion Temple on a rainy night. He turned out to be an old temple attendant who was poring oil to the lanterns on the temple yard. Tadamori later attacked him to stop the theft. A small tear in the bottom margin of .75″ extending into image. A small void in the upper right corner. Glued to a paper backing. Holes punched in top margin. Some deterioration of bottom margin on the right hand side.

Format is Ogata-chuban.

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Additional information

Series

Yoshitoshi's Warriors Trembling with Courage

Aka

Date of Creation

Publisher

Kobayshi Tetsujirō

Medium

Condition

Poor

Signature

Artist signature and red seal in image

Dimensions

7.7"x10.8" + margins

Reference

LACMA 191717

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