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Kokon kon aku ko taiji (Banishing the Evil Fox through All the Ages)

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Utagawa Yoshitora, Kokon kon aku ko taiji (Banishing the Evil Fox through All the Ages), 1863, color woodblock print on paper; ōban nishiki-e; triptych, The Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Graphic Arts Collection, public domain, 84.25.105a-c

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Title

Kokon kon aku ko taiji (Banishing the Evil Fox through All the Ages)

Related Titles

translated: Banishing the Evil Fox through All the Ages

transliterated: Kokon kon aku ko taiji

Artist

Utagawa Yoshitora (Japanese, active ca. 1830s-1882)

Related People

publisher: Iseya Kanekichi (Japanese, active Edo late 1840s-ca. 1875)

publisher: Iseya Rihei (Japanese, active 1790s-ca. 1879)

Date

1863

Period

Japan: Edo period (1615-1868)

Medium

color woodblock print on paper; ōban nishiki-e; triptych

Dimensions (H x W x D)

overall: 14 in x 29 3/8 in

Inscriptions & Markings

seal: i nana aratame (examined in the 7th month of the year of the boar)

seal: Katada Horinaga (Katada Chôjirô)

signature: Yoshitora ga

Collection Area

Asian Art; Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Japanese Traditional Prints

Object Type

relief print

Culture

Japanese

Credit Line

The Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Graphic Arts Collection

Accession Number

84.25.105a-c

Copyright

public domain

Terms

Japanese woodblock prints

nishiki-e

oban

relief printing

relief prints

triptychs

woodcuts

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