JAPANESE WOODBLOCK BY NOBUKAZU WATANABE

Product ID: 39/15

A Rare and undocumented Original Oban Triptych Woodblock print by Nobukazu Watanabe (1874-1944) of the Sino Japan War 1894 – 1895.

A dramatic illustration of The Battle at Hotenfu during the Sino Japan War. Japanese Army soldiers are attacking Imperial Chinese troops. Division Commander SAKUMA is seen in the foreground of the centre print and General OOYAMA is also depicted mounted on a horse.

An Imperial Chinese fortress at Mukden in the background is on fire and under attack. A very detailed and dramatic scene capturing the intensity of the battle is depicted.

This artwork is Framed to Museum Conservation Standard. Print tipped to acid free foam core backing and mat by rice paper hinges upper corners and wheatflour starch adhesive and True Vue 99% Anti UV Glass.

Dimensions: Paper size of each Oban is Width 22.5 and Height 34.9 cm

Dimensions of Mounted Prints Width 86.4 cm Height 60.4 cm

Framed Dimensions 95.5 cm Width x 69 cam Height

Availability: In stock

Price $1,500.00