"Soma no Furudairi" was painted by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, an ukiyo-e artist in the late Edo period, around 1845-46. Kouka 2nd Year is a work from about 180 years ago).
This work is based on the reading of Santo Den's "Zenchi Yasukata Chugi Den", and depicts the confrontation between Minamoto no Yorinobu's chief retainer Mitsukuni Oya and Takiyasha-hime, the bereaved child of Taira no Masakado and a sorcerer. It is regarded as one of Kuniyoshi's masterpieces.
Kuniyoshi Utagawa's unique world view, such as bold composition, strong lines, and eccentric motifs, is finished in a high-quality large-sized wall sticker.
Utagawa Kuniyoshi: An ukiyo-e artist from the end of the Edo period who existed on November 15, 1798 (January 1, 1798) - March 5, 1861, April 14, 1861.
S size: 620mm wide x 430mm long
M size: 980mm wide x 680mm long
L size: 1380mm wide x 960mm long