Shinohara Kiyooki

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 [1895]), 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)

price: $900


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site last updated
August 14, 2022

Scholten Japanese Art
145 West 58th Street, suite 6D
New York, New York 10019
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