Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, 1839-1892
Yamato Shinbun Supplements: no. 616, October 21 1888
with burnishing on the collar and blind-printing on the title-slip; signed oju Yoshitoshi ga with artist's seal Taiso, censor's seal Teishin-sho ninka (Ministry of Communications authorization), and publisher's date seal Yamato Shinbun, rokuhyaku-juroku go furoku, Meiji nijuichinen, jugatsu, nujuichika ([published by] Yamato Shinbun[shu], supplement no. 616, Meiji 21 , October 21)
chuban tate-e 9 1/2 by 7 in., 24.1 by 17.7 cm
Keyes 1983, pp. 472, no. 486; p. 486, no. 504
Marks 2011, p. 282, no. 450; p. 360, no. 606
Schaap 2011, p. 166, no. 89
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