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Dai 1-dan Hōtenfu shingeki no zu
第一團奉天府進撃之図
Bib ID 6155432
Format PicturePicture [still image, text, sheet]
Author
Ogata, Gekkō, 1859-1920, artist
尾形月耕, 1859-1920, artist
 
Description Tōkyō : Matsuno Yonejirō ; Meiji 27 [1894] 
東京 : 松野米次郎 ; 明治 27 [1894] 
3 prints : woodblock, colour ; 37 x 26 cm 
Summary

The Japanese print depicts a scene where the Japanese troop is arriving to the city of Shenyang.

Notes

Colour woodblock oban triptych print.

Title from item.

Printmaker's seal and signiture present.

Subjects Sino-Japanese War, 1894-1895 -- Pictorial works.  |  Shenyang (Liaoning Sheng, China) -- Pictorial works.
Form/genre Woodblock prints.

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