Koson

Ohara Koson

Shoson, 1877-1945

Picture of the Imperial Army Landing from the Rear and Capturing Port Arthur
(Teikoku gundan Ryojunko haimen joriku senryo no zu)

signed Senko kinen Koson e (in eternal commemoration, picture by Koson), with artist's seal Koson, no publisher or date seal, ca. 1904

oban tate-e triptych 14 1/8 by 28 in., 36 by 71 cm

References:
British Museum, registration no. 1946,0209,0.102.1-3 (artist mistakenly identified as Koyo)
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, accession no. 2000.457a-c
New York Public Library, Keene Collection, 108451.a-c
(inv. no. C-3029)

price: Sold

kikumon

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