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from Suikoden by Kuniyoshi Utagawa 歌川国芳 水滸伝 楊志 青面獣

from Suikoden by Kuniyoshi Utagawa 歌川国芳 水滸伝 楊志 青面獣

Tattoo Inspiration & Ideas - Japanese Art | Nagaban print by Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865), showing General Bachu (Ma Chao) - one of the Five Tiger Generals - on horseback carrying a huge axe. Part of set titled Goku saishiki go hon nobori no uchi, “Five Brightly Coloured Banners. #Japanese #Warrior

love the coloring/palette of this, as well as style of design Tattoo Inspiration & Ideas - Japanese Art

Senkwaji Chô-ô, bare-chested and tattooed, about to slay the enemy general Hôtentei with his sword, looks back on a supernatural flame that plays on the torrent behind him

Japanese name: Senkwaji (or Senkaji) Chô-ô (船伙兒張橫) Chinese name: Zhang Heng Scene: Senkwaji Chô-ô, bare-chested and tattooed, about to slay the enemy general Hôtentei with his sword, looks back on a supernatural flame that plays on the torrent behind him

Kwaoshô Rochishin stamping on a fallen Niô figure amid smashed railings (Niô figures are statues of the Benevolent Kings, or protectors, a pair of which stand guard outside most Japanese Buddhist temples)

Kwaoshô Rochishin stamping on a fallen Niô figure amid smashed railings (Niô figures are statues of the Benevolent Kings, or protectors, a pair of which stand guard outside most Japanese Buddhist temples)

UTAGAWA Kuniyoshi, Japan

Utagawa Kuniyoshi: Hangami Danjo-no-jo Arakage killing a giant salamander in the Tontagawa river in the province of Izumo (Edo period, woodblock print).

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