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江戸の判じ絵 ~再び これを判じてごろうじろ~の画像 | アートテラー・とに~の【ここにしかない美術室】

江戸の判じ絵 ~再び これを判じてごろうじろ~の画像 | アートテラー・とに~の【ここにしかない美術室】

月岡芳年

月岡芳年

Fukusuke Japanese, Edo period Artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Japanese, 1797–1861, Woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and color on paper, MFA

Fukusuke Japanese, Edo period Artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Japanese, 1797–1861, Woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and color on paper, MFA

TOYOTOMI III/KUNISADA, "The Suicide of Gonpachi Shirai." As far as gory Japanese woodblock prints go, this is a pretty common subject. Toyotomi III/Kunisada didn't depict a lot of graphically violent scenes, but he did do a number of versions of this tragic samurai subject.

TOYOTOMI III/KUNISADA, "The Suicide of Gonpachi Shirai." As far as gory Japanese woodblock prints go, this is a pretty common subject. Toyotomi III/Kunisada didn't depict a lot of graphically violent scenes, but he did do a number of versions of this tragic samurai subject.

腕の喜三郎 うでのきさぶろう Ude no Kisaburou 伊達模様血気競べ だてもようけっきくらべ Date moyou kekki kurabe (the series Contest of Hot-blooded Heroes in Bold Patterns) 歌川 国芳 うたがわ くによし Utagawa Kuniyoshi

腕の喜三郎 うでのきさぶろう Ude no Kisaburou 伊達模様血気競べ だてもようけっきくらべ Date moyou kekki kurabe (the series Contest of Hot-blooded Heroes in Bold Patterns) 歌川 国芳 うたがわ くによし Utagawa Kuniyoshi

TOYOTOMI III/KUNISADA, "The Suicide of Gonpachi Shirai." As far as gory Japanese woodblock prints go, this is a pretty common subject. Toyotomi III/Kunisada didn't depict a lot of graphically violent scenes, but he did do a number of versions of this tragic samurai subject.

TOYOTOMI III/KUNISADA, "The Suicide of Gonpachi Shirai." As far as gory Japanese woodblock prints go, this is a pretty common subject. Toyotomi III/Kunisada didn't depict a lot of graphically violent scenes, but he did do a number of versions of this tragic samurai subject.