Forrest/Nedela Collection: Sino-Japanese War of 1894-95

Manchurian Campaign Part 1: Yalu River and to the capture of Liondong Penninsular; Sept. - Oct. 1894

 

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Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number: DFJN2014PRJW0011

Title (Original):
Title: Waga sekkō Oryokkō fukin ni tekijin o ukagau zu
Translated Title:  Our Scout Reconnoiters the Enemy Camp Near the Yalu River           
Recorded in the 1991 Worcester Art Museum Catalogue “In Battles Light”, Catalogue number 11. p.38.

Artist (Original): 小林清親 (1847-1915)
Artist:Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and colour on paper
Signature: Kiyochika
Seal: Kiyo, chika
Publisher (Original) :
Publisher: Hirata Raku
Engraver: Ochiai horu
Publication Date: 1894 (Meiji 27)
Acquisition Date: 02 April 2014

Country of origin: Japan
Size:  Vertical ōban. Triptych. 27½ x 14 (inches). 69.3 x 35.7cm

Condition:  Good overall. Excellent colour and detail.

 

Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number: DFJN2015PRJW0014

Title (Original):
Title: Kugatsu hatsuka gogai Oryokko oki no dai-kaissen
Translated Title: Underwater battle beneath the Yellow Sea
Recorded in the Shinbaku Books 2014 publication “Massacres in Manchuria: Sino Japanese War Prints 1894-1895”, edited by Jack Hunter, page 64.

Also recorded in the 1983 publication “The Sino-Japanese War by Nathan Chaikïn”, as Kugatsu hatsuka gōgai Oryokkō oki no dai-kaisen), catalogue number 48, page 158.

Artist (Original):
Artist: Toshimitsu (1877-1904)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and colour on paper
Signature: Motome ni ojite Toshimitsu
Seal:                           
Publisher (Original):
Publisher: Fukuda Kumajirō, Nihonbashi-ku
Engraver: Unknown
Publication Date: Meiji, 27 October, 1894
Acquisition Date: 27 April 2015

Country of origin: Japan
Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 27½ x 14 (inches). 69.3 x 35.7cm
                                                                                         
Condition: Very good impression and colours. Some trimming and some traces of previous backing along verso edges.

 

 

 

Category: The Manchurian Campaign  - First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number: DFJN2015PRJW0018

Title (Original):
Title: Kinshu-jo kogeki no zu
Translated Title:  Attack on Jinzhou castle
Also recorded on Arts and Design of Japan web-site as  The attack and subjugation of Chinchou Castle during the Sino-Japanese War.
Recorded on JAODB, The Japanese Art Open Database web-site as  Attack on Jinzhou Castle Fortress.
Also recorded in the Shinbaku Books 2014 publication “Massacres in Manchuria: Sino Japanese War Prints 1894-1895”, edited by Jack Hunter,  as The Japanese Second Army bombarding the enemy camp at Chinchou, page 83.

Artist (Original):  安達吟光 (?-?,fl.1870-1900)
Artist: Adachi Ginkō (fl. 1870-1900)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and colour on paper
Signature: Unknown
Seal: Artist’s seal (Ginko)
Publisher (Original):    
Publisher: Tsujiokaya Bunsuke
Engraver: Unknown
Publication Date: October 1894
Acquisition Date: 02 July 2015

Country of Origin: Japan
Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 27½ x 14 (inches). 69.3 x 35.7cm

                                                           
Condition: Very good colour and detail. Orange colour partially oxidiged. Light toning, slight soiling, paper residues along the side edges on verso. 2-3 ink spots on the upper area of each sheet. Not backed.

     
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Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number: DFJN2014PRJW0012

Title (Original):
Title: Dojôshi ni okeru Taii Asakawa shi no kusen
Translated Title: Desperate Battle of Captain Asakawa at Tuchengzi

Also recorded in the 2008 paper Throwing Off Asia II: woodblock prints of the Sino-Japanese War (1894-95) by John W. Dower – Chapter Two, “Kiyochika’s War”.p.2-2.as Picture of Captain Asakawa on Horseback at Battle.
Recorded in the Shinbaku Books 2014 publication “Massacres in Manchuria: Sino Japanese War Prints 1894-1895”, edited by Jack Hunter,  as Captain Asakawa battles at Tuchengzi, page 96.

Artist (Original): 小林清親 (1847-1915)
Artist: Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and colour on paper
Signature: Kiyochika
Seal: Unknown
Publisher (Original):
Publisher: Matsunaga Sakujirô (Shôgetsudô)
Engraver: Unknown
Publication Date: January, 1895 (Meiji 28)
Acquisition Date:18 April 2014

Country of origin:Japan
Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 27½ x 14 (inches). 69.3 x 35.7cm

Condition: Good overall. Excellent colour and detail. Three panels attached at the seams, backed with paper. A few small wormholes, repaired, blends well. Very slight soiling.

 

Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number: DFJN2014PRJW0017

Title (Original):
Title
Translated Title: Our Brave Commander Defeats the Chinese in a Vigorous Battle
                       
Also recorded as ‘Knocking a Chinese Enemy over a Cliff”)- Davidson Auctions, 769, (31/07.2014)
Also recorded in the Shinbaku Books 2014 publication “Massacres in Manchuria: Sino Japanese War Prints 1894-1895”, edited by Jack Hunter,  as A Chinese soldier repelled, page 70.

Artist (Original):unknown
Artist:unknown
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and colour on paper
Signature: Unknown
Seal: Unknown
Publisher (Original):   表記無し
Publisher: Unknown
Engraver: Unknown
Publication Date: c. 1894-1895
Acquisition Date: 02 August 2014

Country of origin: Japan
Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 29 x 14 (inches). 36 x 71 cm

Condition: Fine impression, colour and condition

 

Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number: DFJN2013PRJW0003

Title (Original):
Title:
Translated Title: Battle at Dainen-fu
Recorded in the Shinbaku Books 2014 publication “Massacres in Manchuria: Sino Japanese War Prints 1894-1895. Ukiyo-e Master Series: Volume Thirteen,” edited by Jack Hunter, page 96.
Also recorded on the web-site: www.ogatagekko.net/sjwt.html, in the 2014 paper, Ogata Gekko: War Triptychs. p.10. Triptych 25, as Capturing the base of Ryueifuku.

Artist (Original): 尾形月耕 (1859-1920)
Artist: Ogata Gekkō (1859-1920)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and colour on paper
Signature: Unknown
Seal: Unknown
Publisher (Original): 表記無し
Publisher: Unknown
Engraver: Unknown
Publication Date: 1894
Acquisition Date: 7 February 2014

Country of origin: Japan
Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 27½ x 14 (inches). 69.3 x 35.7cm

Condition: Good overall. Excellent colour and detail. Three separate panels, backed with old paper. Some light soiling at edges.

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Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River: Fengtian Prefecture

Accession Number:  DFJN2013PRJW0005

Title (Original): 奉天府遠望日軍露営之図
Title: Hōtenfu enbō Nichigun roei no zu
Translated title:A Japanese army camp with Fengtian Prefecture in the distance (British Library)

Recorded in the Shinbaku Books 2014 publication “Massacres in Manchuria: Sino Japanese War Prints 1894-1895”, edited by Jack Hunter,  as Japanese army camp, with distant view of Fengtian-fu, page 75.

Also recorded in the 2001 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts publication “Japan at the Dawn of the Modern Age”, Catalogue number 51, p.99, as Distant View of Fengtianfu: Picture of the Bivouac of Japanese Troops..

Artist (Original):  田口米作 (1864-1903)
Artist: Taguchi  Beisaku (Tanguchi Baisaku) (1864-1903)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print; Ink and colour on paper
Seal: Unknown
Signature: Beisaku
Publisher (Original): 竹川清吉?
Publisher: Takekawa Seikichi (Sawamuraya Seikichi)
Engraver: 
Publication Date: 1894
Acquisition Date: 18 April 2013

Country of origin: Japan
Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 14.1 x 27.8 (inches). 35.8 x 70.5cm

Condition: Good overall. Excellent colour and detail. The three panels are not attached at the seams. Backed with paper. Very slight soiling.

 

 

Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number:  DFJN2013PRJW0012

Title (Original):
Title Waga yasen hōhei Kyūrenjō bakuei kōgeki
Translated Title: Our Field Artillery Attacks the Enemy Camp at Jiuliancheng
Recorded in the 1991 Worcester Art Museum Catalogue “In Battles Light”, Catalogue number 12, p.39.

Artist (Original): 小林清親 (1847-1915)
Artist: Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and colour on paper
Signature: Kiyochika
Seal: Kiyochika
Publisher (Original):
Publisher: Inoue Kichijirō
Engraver: Hori Yata
Publication Date: 1894 (Meiji 27)
Acquisition Date:23 September 2013

Country of origin: Japan
Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 27½ x 14 (inches). 69.3 x 35.7cm

Condition: Good overall. Excellent colour and detail. Three separate panels, backed with thin old paper.

 

Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number: DFJN2014PRJW0036

Title (Original):
Title:
Translated Title: Colonel Sato at the Battle of Niuchan Castle.
Recorded in the Shinbaku Books 2014 publication “Massacres in Manchuria: Sino Japanese War Prints 1894-1895. Ukiyo-e Master Series: Volume Thirteen,”, edited by Jack Hunter, page 117.
Also recorded on the web-site: in the 2014 paper Ogata Gekko: War Triptychs. P.1. Triptych 5

Artist (Original): 尾形月耕 (1859-1920)

Artist: Ogata Gekkō (1859-1920)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and colour on paper
Signature:  Gekkō
Seal: Artist seal
Publisher: Sekiguchi Masajiro
Engraver: Unknown
Publication Date: 1895
Acquisition Date: 27 December 2014

Country of origin: Japan
Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 27½ x 14 (inches). 69.3 x 35.7cm

Condition:  Good overall. Slightly toned. Slightly soiled and slightly creased. A horizontal centre fold on the left side

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Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number: DFJN2014PRJW0002

Title (Original):
Title: Tatsumi shōshō gotan no zu. Susumite kenjō o nuki shirizokite hei o busu. Sakunei shitai shōgun no ei. Seisei-taru hanazato momo no tsuki. Shizuka ni shoka ni nemurite isshin o koron zu.
Translated Title: Picture of the Fearless Major General Tatsumi.
Recorded in the 1991 Worcester Art Museum publication “In Battles Light”, Catalogue number 43. p.77.

Artist (Original): 水野年方 (1866-1908)
Artist:Mizuno Toshikata (1866-1908)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and colour on paper
Signature: Motome ni ōjite Toshikata e
Seal: Toshikata e
Publisher (Original):
Publisher: Matsuki Heikichi
Engraver: Unknown
Publication Date: 1895
Acquisition Date: 23 January 2014

Country of origin:Japan
Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 27 ½ x 14 (inches). 69.3 x 35.7cm

Condition: Good overall. Excellent colour and detail. Three separate panels backed with old paper. A few light spots.

 

Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number:  DFJN2014PRJW0019

Title (Original) :
Title:
Translated Title: Japanese Troops Climbing the Wall of Phoenix Castle in China

Artist (Original): 小林清親 (1847-1915)
Artist:Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and colour on paper
Signature: Unknown
Seal: Unknown
Publisher (Original): 表記無し
Publisher: Unknown
Engraver: Unknown
Publication Date: 1894
Acquisition Date: 02 August 2014

Country of origin: Japan  
Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 27½ x 14 (inches). 69.3 x 35.7cm

Condition: Good overall. Excellent colour and detail. Three separate panels.

 

Category: The Manchurian Campaign – First Part – Yalu River

Accession Number: DFJN2014PRJW0020

Title (Original):
Title: Sōkakō fukin Nichijin enbō Manshū kihei iso shutsujin no zu
Translated Title: Bizarre Manchurian Horsemen Spy on the Japanese Camp near Sauhoku
Recorded in the 1983 Philadelphia Museum of Art publication “Impressions of the Front”, Catalogue number 40. p.31.

Also recorded in The Lavenberg Collection of Japanese Prints “Sino-Japanese War Prints (1894-1895)”, as Foreign-looking Manchurian Horsemen on an Expedition to Observe the Japanese Camp in the Distance Near Sauhoku (1864-1903)  (IHL Cat. #81)
Recorded in the 2001 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts publication “Japan at the Dawn of the Modern Age”, as Strange-Looking Manchurian Horemen on an Expedition to Survey the Japanese Camp in the Distance Near Sauhoku. Catalogue number 45,p.93.

Artist (Original): 田口米作 (1864-1903)
Artist: Taguchi  Beisaku (Tanguchi Baisaku) (1864-1903)
Medium: Japanese woodblock print (nishiki-e); Ink and colour on paper
Signature: Beisaku
Seal: Saku
Publisher (Original):
Publisher: suri Nakajima
Engraver: hori Yata (Watanabe Yatarō, 1850-1913)
Publication Date: c.1894
Acquisition Date: 02 August 2014

Size: Vertical ōban. Triptych. 14.1 x 27.8 (inches). 35.8 x 70.5cm

Condition:  Good overall. Excellent colour and detail. The three panels joined.

 

 

   
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