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Kobayashi no Asaina pulls the armor of Soga Goro Tokimune, ca. 1726 by Nishimura Shigenaga
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Kobayashi no Asaina pulls the armor of Soga Goro Tokimune, ca. 1726 by Nishimura Shigenaga

Kobayashi no Asaina pulls the armor of Soga Goro Tokimune, ca. 1726 by Nishimura Shigenaga

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Bravery Matched with the Twelve (Zodiac) Signs: Ox and Kidomaru ca. 1840 Utagawa Kuniyoshi , (Japanese, 1797-1861) Edo period Woodblock print; ink and color on paper H: 36.6 W: 12.5 cm Japan The Anne van Biema Collection S2004.3.168.2
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Bravery Matched with the Twelve (Zodiac) Signs: Ox and Kidomaru ca. 1840 Utagawa Kuniyoshi , (Japanese, 1797-1861) Edo period Woodblock print; ink and color on paper H: 36.6 W: 12.5 cm Japan The Anne van Biema Collection S2004.3.168.2

Bravery Matched with the Twelve (Zodiac) Signs: Ox and Kidomaru ca. 1840  Utagawa Kuniyoshi , (Japanese, 1797-1861)  Edo period   Woodblock print; ink and color on paper H: 36.6 W: 12.5 cm  Japan   The Anne van Biema Collection S2004.3.168.2
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芳幾 Yoshiiku 『太平記英勇伝 松永弾正久秀』 -平蜘蛛釜- 中判錦絵 慶応三年(1867) size 縦24.7cm×横18.3cm
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