Offered for your consideration is this gorgeous Japanese Original Ukiyo-E Woodblock Print by Hiroshige II with an iconic battle of samurai worriers, toward the end of Kamakura period called "Inemuragasaki". This Ukiyo-E was a part of famous tryptic Nishiki-E, depicting historic legend of 1333, commander Yoshisada Nitta throwing precious samurai sward into the sea when his battalion struggled to cross the high tide, then the tide became low and succeeded to attack the enemy, which lead him to the miraculous victory to defeat Kamakura-Hokujo shogunate. This Ukiyo-E was a central part of tryptic. Circa 1860.
Hiroshige II (1826-1869) was a successful artist of Japanese Ukiyo-E woodblock print design, inherited the artist name from famous Hiroshige Utagawa, whose daughter he married.
Measurements & Condition
14.2 inch (36 cm) x 9.6 inch (24.5 cm).
Very Good Estate Condition with some minor tears on the edges of the paper. The paper is trimmed and having cardboard (thick paper) backing. There is a stamp by Israeli art collector David Gilad on the back. Please refer the detail photos I added.
(Item Reference No.00685)
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