active ca. 1895-1904
Bivouac after the Landing at Rongcheng Bay
(Eijowan joriku go no roei)
signed Kiyooki with artist's seal, dated on the left margin, Meiji nijuhachi nen (Meiji 27 ), with name and address of publisher Matsunaga Sakujiro, 1895
oban tate-e triptych 14 5/8 by 29 1/4 in., 37.2 by 74.3 cm
After completing the landing of Japanese forces at Rongcheng Bay on the Shandong Peninsula on January 22, 1895, the troops departed four days later on January 26th for a difficult march to the Chinese naval base of Weihaiwei, which eventually fell to the Japanese on February 12th.
Saint Louis Art Museum, object no. 211:2010a-c
(inv. no. C-3026)
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Scholten Japanese Art
145 West 58th Street, suite 6D
New York, New York 10019
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