Re: question about Yoshitoshi print


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Posted by Tony Gibb on August 17, 2002 at 14:28:20:

In Reply to: question about Yoshitoshi print posted by Steve Thomas on August 14, 2002 at 15:50:14:

The print is a scene from the Kabuki play Kanadehon Chushingura (47 Ronin). It depicts Yuranosuke's son at his Gion teahouse headquarters, attempting to deliver a letter.

The print is #4 in the series and its title is Gionmachi (The Gion District)

My information is taken from "Yoshitoshi's 100 Aspaects of the Moon" by John Stevenson published by San Francisco Graphic Society in 1992.
: I have a print attributed to Yoshitoshi. I believe from his series "100 views of the moon". It depicts a young male nobel wearing swords, carrying a pen case and standing in a court yard lit by the full moon. He appears about to enter a residence to the viewers right.

: Could someone help me to learn the prints title and perhaps more?

: many thanks,




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