SUZUKI KINSEN Mori Ranmaru attends Oda Nobunaga 1898 [R/D] - x +
KinS1898ranm

CN: KinS1898ranm

MT: woodblock print on paper, glazed within original wooden frame (18x13 / P:23x16 / F:55x43x1)

TX: printed at top center in Japanese <Mori Ranmaru>, at upper left <honestly, god lives in your head>, at lower right <[name of artist]>, typefaced on sticker at rear lower center <Original Wood cut / by Kinsen / Published by Ishii in 1898>

DN: Mr. Megakles Rogakos - 2008

LC: ACG Art Storage

CM: This picture of Kinsen Suzuki represents Mori Ranmaru (1565-1582) a close retainer of Oda Nobunaga (1534-1582), the samurai who initiated the unification of Japan in 1559. This print by was published by Ishii in 1898.

[Megakles Rogakos 12/2008]

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