Kikukawa Eizan

Triptych: The Gojo Bridge Scene from the Chronicle 'The Tale of Yoshitsune'

Triptych: The Gojo Bridge Scene from the Chronicle 'The Tale of Yoshitsune'
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Author: Kikukawa Eizan
Prints, Xylograph, 26x38.4 cm.
Origin: Japan, 1861
Source of entry: gift of the family of S.P. Varshavsky, 1981

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