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Shoun Yamamoto, Japanese, (1870–1965)
Triumphant Return, 1906
Ink and colors on paper
10 3/16 x 7 5/16 in. (25.91 x 18.54 cm)


Object Type: Print
Technique: Lithography
Period: Meiji (Japan, 1869-1912)
Credit Line: Purchased with funds from the Aoki Endowment for Japanese Arts and Cultures
Accession Number: 2014.1.45


Commentary
This work displayed is part of a magazine, "Fuzoku Gaho" (Illustrated News Magazine for Customs and Manners). It was a poplular magazine on light subjects, opinions, useful information for everyday life, etc. It was published twice monthly.

Essay: This work is a part of “F?zoku Gah? (Illustrated News Magazine for Customs and Manners),” a graphic magazine featuring social and cultural issues pertaining to the Edo, Meiji and Taish? periods. This particular scene depicts a crowd of civilians excitedly applauding the imperial procession, one of the many public ceremonies the Meiji government designed and implemented in order to reinforce a sense of common identity and Japanese nationality. Children are lined up in the front row in similar outfits and there is a clear boundary between the cheering crowd and the proceeding horse carriage—all indicating how the event has been carefully designed and controlled for a nationalist display. The repetition of national flags dazzling in the air highlights the sense of Japanese national pride and unity conveyed in this work.

Song Han (student, 2016)

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