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Maker(s):Utagawa Kokunimasa; Fukuda Hatsujirō, publisher (ca. 1894–1939)
Culture:Japanese (1874–1944)
Title:Telegraphic Record of the Russo-Japanese War: On the Ice of Lake Baikal in Russia, a Steam Locomotive and Its Cars Sank, Killing Tens of Officers and Soldiers. Russia's Transport Capacity Was Greatly Damaged. (Nichiro sensō denpō jikki no uchi: Rokoku no Baikaru-ko hyōjō tetsudō kikansha oyobi ressha kosui ni chinbotsu shite shōkō heishi sūjūnin sokushi su Rokoku yusōryoku wa dai shōgai o uketaru mono nari
Date Made:1904
Materials:woodblock print
Measurements:sheet: 14 1/8 in x 27 7/8 in ; 35.9 cm x 70.8 cm
Accession Number:  AC 2001.637.1-.3
Credit Line:Gift of William Green

vertical ōban triptych; nishiki-e; sensō-e

Label Text:
This triptych is signed at lower-right of the right panel "Ryūa." Directly beneath the signature is the artist's seal, which reads "Edokko," a term for someone born and raised in Tokyo, which literally means "child of Edo." At lower-left of the left panel is the publisher's seal of Fukuda Hatsujirō, who published many unserialized triptychs of the Russo-Japanese War by the likes of Kiyochika, Kyōko, and Kihō (also know as Terukata). Fukuda's seal also notes the date of issue as March, 1904 (Meiji 37).

Like several other of the Mead's sensō-e of the Russo-Japanese War, this impression is numbered "12" in kanji at lower-right of the right panel. - BB 2013

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