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The Enemy Cavalry Attacked Yizhou, but Our Foot Soldiers Fiercely Pursued and Turned Them Back

Fan design sample print, Kneeling Nudes

Japanese Color Woodblock Print 

The Enemy Cavalry Attacked Yizhou, but Our Foot Soldiers Fiercely Pursued and Turned Them Back

by Tsuji Kakō, 1904

Fan design sample print, Kneeling Nudes

IHL Cat. #103

About This Print

The action depicted was related to the battle of the Yalu River.  For more detail on this battle see the documentation for the print Japanese Forces Occupying Yizhou. Russian Soldiers Fleeing to the North Bank of the Yalu.

Print Details

 IHL Catalog
 #103
 Title or Description  The Enemy Cavalry Attacked Yizhou, but Our Foot Soldiers Fiercely Pursued and Turned Them Back (Teki no kihei Gishu kaido wo osou waga hohei moretsu naru tsuigeki wo okonai kore wo taikyaku seshimu)
 Artist  Tsuji Kakō (1871-1931)
 Signature  Kakō
 Seal  Nagata Kakō
 Publication Date  April 1904 (Meiji 37)
 Publisher  Matsuki Heikichi
 Impression  excellent
 Colors  excellent
 Condition excellent - full size, untrimmed sheets
 Genre  ukiyo-e - senso-e (Russo-Japanese War); Meiji era
 Miscellaneous  
 Format  vertical oban triptych
 H x W Paper
 14 3/4 x 10 in. (37.5 x 25.4 cm) each sheet
 Literature
 
 Collections This Print
Ackland Art Museum The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2015.11.74a-c

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