The Successive Generations of Tokugawa Shoguns
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The Successive Generations of Tokugawa Shoguns, 1868
Ink on Paper
14 in. x 28 1/2 in. (355.6 mm x 723.9 mm)
Triptych; 3 panels cojoined. Descriptive label on verso of mat.
On mat, in pencil: Marer 17, Yoshitoshi. Seals all over in the image (19 in all). Text box with Japanese text printed in the upper edge of the right panel. Signed: Oju Taiso Toshitoshi. Censor's seal: Aratame and date (I-san) in single seal.
Colored ink woodblock on paper; oban; triptych.
Meiji period Japanese color woodblock print with an image of a group scene, family portrait. Triptych. At the center of this print is an imaginary portrait of Tokugawa Ieyasu (1542-1616), the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate (1568-1868). Flanked around him are the succeeding 14 shoguns. The last one, Yoshinobu (1827-1913), is dressed in Western pants and a military jacket at the left. This print was published in 1868, right after the overthrow of the Tokugawa government in the Meiji Restoration and served as a memorial to the Tokugawa family.
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