1950s Otsu-e Painting Standard Bearer Yarimoichi Yakko
A 1950s Otsu-e Painting of the Standard Bearer Yarimoichi Yakko.
The Standard Bearer are a talisman for safety during travel. They led the traveling daimyo processions, ordering all bystanders to bow down as noblemen passed with their long retinues.
In good overall condition. There are some glue marks towards the top on the rear of the print.
Traditional folk Ōtsu-e paintings originated in the mid 17th century. The production process used one or more sheets of handmade paper (called makotorinoko or maniaigami). On occasion the images were partially woodblock printed and finished with brush and ink to emphasize shape and outline.
Dimensions of sheet are approximately 29 cm Height and 20.5 cm width.
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