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Maker(s):Utagawa Kokunimasa
Culture:Japanese (1874–1944)
Title:From the Battery at Mount Ogon, Port Arthur, the Russian forces bombard our warship ('Rohei ryojin ōgonzan hōdai yori waga kanchiku o hōgeki su'), the fifth in a series entitled "Illustrated News from the Japanese Russian War" ('Nichiro sensō gahō: shigo')
Date Made:ca. 1904
Materials:woodblock print
Measurements:sheet: 14 1/8 in x 27 15/16 in ; 35.9 cm x 71.0 cm
Accession Number:  AC 2001.641.1-.3
Credit Line:Gift of William Green

vertical ōban format; nishiki-e; sensō-e

Label Text:
This triptych is signed at lower-left of the left 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." There are no publisher's marks on this impression. However, like some other Russo-Japanese prints in the Mead's collection, this print is numbered at lower-right of the right panel "22," in kanji.

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