Picture of Our Officer Single-Handedly Scouting Out Enemy Territory Braving the Heavy Snow
(Oyuki o okashite waga shoko tanshin tekichi o teisatsu no zu)
the title along the top margin of the center sheet, signed Beisaku, with artist's seal Beisaku, block carver's seal Hori Yata (Watanabe Yataro, 1850-1913), printer's seal Suri Nakajima, dated on the left margin, Meiji nijuhachinen, ichigatsu (Meiji 2 , January) with publisher's information of Mizuno Asajiro, 1895
oban tate-e triptych 14 7/8 by 30 in., 37.7 by 76.3 cm
Saint Louis Art Museum, accession no. 132:2010a-c
(inv. no. C-3015)
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