ObeliskUtagawa Kuniyoshi

Prince Yoshitsune learning the art of swordsmanship

Prince Yoshitsune learning the art of swordsmanship, Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Prince Yoshitsune learning the art of swordsmanship, zoomed in
36.3 cmPrince Yoshitsune learning the art of swordsmanship scale comparison74.5 cm
See Prince Yoshitsune learning the art of swordsmanship in the Kaleidoscope

Prince Yoshitsune learning the art of swordsmanship is an Edo Period Wood Block Print created by Utagawa Kuniyoshi in 1858. It lives at the The British Museum in London. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Trees. SourceDownload

Your image is downloading.

Enjoying Obelisk? Become a member for exclusive content, downloads, and discounts in the Obelisk Store.

Learn about Membership

Ushiwaka Kurama shugyo zu — Prince Yoshitsune (Ushiwaka-maru) being taught the art of swordsmanship by the king of the tengu, Sojo-bo, among the pine trees of Kuramayama.

Further reading atbritishmuseum.org
Read More

Obelisk uses cookies to measure site usage, helping us understand our readers' interests and improve the site. By continuing to browse this site you agree to the use of cookies. Cookie Policy