Good condition, see description
Three large separate original Japanese woodblock warrior-prints combining a complete triptych "Kinsei Sakurada-no-Yuki" by Utagawa Yoshitora (act. ca. 1840-1890)
On a Japanese washi paper, still crisp, with bright colors, but a bit soiled. Original, without backing. Some old damages repaired professionally. Top of the sheets some brown discolorations. In the signature a damage (repaired), bottom right sheet.
Signed "Nagashima Mosai" (an artist name of Yoshitora).
Aratame-date-seal: 1874, 11th month.
Size: 24.7x 36.4cm, 24.8x 36.3cm, 24.8x 36.5cm (3x oban), with margins to overlap when forming the triptych.
I used 2 scans to cover the complete oban-sizes, pictures might show the copy/paste-lines.
Will be sent acid-free protected, under heavy card-boards fully insured.
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The print arrived. Very well packaged up and Arti-san followed up on the status during the process of being sent to me in Sydney Australia. Thank you so much.
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Very good works, thank you
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