Re: Help translating these Zeshin surino


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Posted by Guy Pepermans (141.134.229.162) on November 01, 2021 at 16:39:04:

In Reply to: Help translating these Zeshin surinomo? posted by DavidK on November 01, 2021 at 13:33:25:

I have some information. The three oban prints are part of a series of ten with calligraphy by high ranking members of the Meiji diet who opposed the Bakufu government, published ca. 1880.

- Sleeping servant (a lower ranking samurai's aide de camp), Calligrapher Ôkuga Toshimichi;
- Plum branch under Japanese umbrella. Calliprapher: Naoyoshi;
- Oni no nenbutsu (Prayer of the Devil). Calligrapher Hôko, seal unread

Guy.


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