Original woodblock print triptych - Watanabe Yosai Nobukazu (1872-1944) - "Nisshin daigekisen no zu" 日清大激戦之圖 (Great and Fierce Sino-Japanese Battle) - Japan - 1894 (Meiji 27)
The original name of Nobukazu Watanabe was Shimada Jiro. He was considered as the best of Chikanobu Toyohara's disciples. Nobukazu Watanabe is mostly known for his prints with subjects of the Russo-Japanese war and scenes centered around the Meiji emperor.
Here for auction a very well preserved triptych by Watanabe Nobukazu (渡辺延一), for which another reading is Yōsai Nobukatsu (1872–1944) is the same as Watanabe Nobukatsu, a pupil of Oshū Chikanobu (楊斎 周延).
This triptych shows an episode during the Japanese-Qing War (日清戦争 Nisshin sensō, August 1894-April 1895)
"Nisshin daigekisen no zu" 日清大激戦之圖 (Great and Fierce Sino-Japanese Battle)
連陽城 攻撃 清兵敗走乃ズ(=圖) Renyō-jō kōgeki (Attack at the Renyō castle) Shin hei haisō no zu (Image of Qing solders running in defeat), Image of Qing solders running in defeat during the attack at the Renyō castle.
Condition: 1 small stain, 1 tear upper right corner
- Triptyque original de gravure sur bois
- Impression sur bois polychrome Nishiki-e (brocart)
- Papier Mulberry
- 1894 (Meiji 27)
- Région/Pays d’origine
- Watanabe Yosai Nobukazu (1872-1944)
- Titre de l’œuvre d’art
- "Nisshin daigekisen no zu" 日清大激戦之圖 (Great and Fierce Sino-Japanese Battle)
- État raisonnable, voir la description
- 37×0.01×73 cm