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At Nunobiki Waterfall, Akugenda Strikes Down Nanba (Nunobiki no taki Akugenda Nanba o utsu)      「布引ノ滝悪源太討難波」      Japanese, Edo period, about 1834–35 (Tenpô 4–5)     Artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Japanese, 1797–1861     Publisher Nishimuraya Yohachi (Eijudô),  Catalogue Raisonné     Shibuya Kuritsu Shôtô Bijutsukan, Musha-e (2003), #45; Robinson, Kuniyoshi: The Warrior-Prints (1982), list #S1c.4, photo on p. 100 Accession Number     64.2392

Scene: The ghost of Akugenda Yoshihira exacting revenge on his slayer, Namba Jirô with a burning thunderbolt Publisher: Nishimura-ya Yohachi Date: c.

Minamoto Yoshitsune fights Benkei on Gojo bridge, with the help of Tengu demons (part of the triptych), ca. 1847-1850 by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Minamoto Yoshitsune fights Benkei on Gojo bridge, with the help of Tengu demons (part of the triptych), ca. by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

REFLECTIONS ON THE WARRIOR ARTIST - The Brooklyn Rail

Utagawa Kuniyoshi, "Ghost of the drowned warrior Shimamura Danjo Takanori, and crabs"

Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) The 108 Heroes of the Popular Suikoden: Konseimao Hanzui (Fan Rui) wrestling demons, 1827-1830. Oban.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi The 108 Heroes of the Popular Suikoden: Konseimao Hanzui (Fan Rui) wrestling demons, Oban.

Scene: Shirafuji Hikoshichirô (白藤彦七郎) preparing to throw his struggling horse at Ashikaga Taka-uji, who is about to enter Fukkaiji Temple by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Shirafuji Hikoshichiro (白藤彦七郎 / Buyu hyakuden 武勇百傳 (A Hundred Stories of Military Valour) Edo period Hikoshichiro lifts a struggling white horse on to his shoulders in the course of his pursuit of Ashikaga Taka-uji to the Fukkai-ji temple on Wada cape.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi: Oki no Jiro Hiroari killing a monstrous tengu

Acrylic Fridge Magnet Japanese Art Utagawa Kuniyoshi Oki no Jiro Hiroari killing a monstrous tengu

Momotaro and his companions the monkey, the badger, and the pheasant, with a captive demon. The Five Precious Things; on a stand behind them, 1855 Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Yomogiu 蓬生 (Wasteland) / Waken nazorae Genji 和漢准源氏 (Japanese and Chinese Comparisons for the Chapters of the Genji) month)

Title: Miyamoto Musashi (美家本武蔵)  Scene: Miyamoto Musashi killing a monstrous bat in the mountains of Tamba Province beside a river by moonlight  Publisher: Kawaguchi-ya Uhei  Date: c. 1830 by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Title: Miyamoto Musashi (美家本武蔵) Scene: Miyamoto Musashi killing a monstrous bat in the mountains of Tamba Province beside a river by moonlight Publisher: Kawaguchi-ya Uhei Date: c. 1830 by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Tanmeijiro Gen Shogo「短冥治郎阮小五」 (Ruan Xiaowu), by Utagawa Kuniyoshi 「歌川 国芳」

Tanmeijiro Gen Shogo「短冥治郎阮小五」 (Ruan Xiaowu), by Utagawa Kuniyoshi 「歌川 国芳」

Seigankô Riun arresting Kokusenpû Riki by a waterfall

Li Yun and Li Qui (possibly designed in 1830 and printed for a private set in the

The 108 Heroes of the Popular Suikoden: Zheng Tianshou. 1827-1830.

Artist: Utagawa Kuniyoshi Title:Tsuzoku Suikoden Goketsu Hyakuhachi-nin no Hitori (circa)

Jewel Garland - Takeuchi no sukune receiving Senju and Manju (1855). (Senju and manju are magic jewels; and the one offering them is the Dragon King.) Woodblock print by Japanese artist, Utagawa Kuniyoshi.

Takeshiuchi-no-sukune looking over the side of his ship, being offered two magic jewels, senju and manju, by the Dragon King. / Kuniyoshi by carter flynn

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