Japanese prints of the XVIII –XIX century from the collection of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts

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Masakiyo in Battle
Katsushika Battle. Scene from the “Satomi Hakkenden”
Oniwakа Kills the Giant Carp.
Benevolence: Komatsu Shigemori .
I Want to Cut It from the Record
I Want to Have a Smoke
Nishi no Tōin Shigeko
Higotosuke Uemon and Izumi Jurota
Funada Yoshimasa and Nitta Yoshisada
Hōjō Tokiyori
Matsunaga Hisahide
Nomi no Sukune and Taima no Kerihaya
The Miraculous Rescue of Minamoto Yorinobu from a Cannon Explosion by a Messenger from God Kompira
Curious Woman
Kato Kiyomasa (1562–1611)

TSUKIOKA Yoshitoshi / 月岡芳年

1839 - 1892

Saigo Takamori (1827–1877)
From the series “Modern Heroes Magazine” (“Kinsei jimbutsu shi”)

Meiji period. 1887–1888

Material; technique:

Japanese paper (washi); color wood-block print.

Format:

Ōban

Dimensions:

353 x 222 mm

Signature:

Yoshitoshi

Production centre:

Edo (Tokyo)

Provenance:

Rumyantsevsky Muzei (Rumyantsev Museum) (Moscow), at the PMFA since 1924

Inv.:

А-4081