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Kawanakajima -Lithograph by Toya Katsutoshi-
Unit Price: 80,000JPY
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This article represents The Battle of Kawanakajima, a legendary single combat between Uesugi Kenshin and Takeda Shingen.
It is the moment that Kenshin suddenly appeared from a rift in the fog and cut his way into Takeda's headquarters.
The artist represents the scene energetically as if there are a real current of air in the painting.
In the painting, Kenshin is springing at Shingen with his horse, and Shingen is waiting for him with great composure.
They were lifelong rival, and considered one another to be an influential person. That is the reason why the article itself has sense of romance despite the extremely tense scene.
Katsutoshi Toya is an artist who has described many articles with Sengoku Period theme.
It is an impressive scene that vivid red Singen and blue Kenshin appeared from the fog lying over the Hachimanbara.
This lithograph substantially replicates the original painting which is creating a unique atmosphere dew to iron powder.
Size: W55 x H75(frame included)
Delivery period: About 1 month after the new order
Attachment: Picture frame.
*Biography of Toya Katsutoshi
1965 Born in Tokyo, Japan.
1995 Master of Crafts, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo, Japan.
Released articles on the theme in culture and aesthetic sense of Sengoku Period.
Held a lot of group and one-man exhibitions in Japan.
Illustrated a lot of historical novels ("Nobunaga" by Shun Akiyama, "A man of huge eyes""Saigo Takamori" by You Tsumoto,
"Tenkajou" by Jou Sasaki, "Furinkazan" by Yasushi Inoue, etc.)
2007 Ilustrated "Sun of the ground, Sea of the sky" by Yasuo Uchida, a serial novel in the evening edition of Nikkei.
2009 September, Being scheduled to hold exhibition on art gallery of Matsuya Ginza, Daimaru Tokyo, etc.
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