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Scene from the 1st act of a kabuki play, 'Kanadehon Chushingura', a tale of revenge based on the forty seven ronin incident of 1703, c.1870

by Utagawa Yoshitora

Scene from the 1st act of a kabuki play,
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Scene from the 1st act of a kabuki play, 'Kanadehon Chushingura', a tale of revenge based on the forty seven ronin incident of 1703, c.1870 - Utagawa Yoshitora

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English: "Scene from the 1st act of a kabuki play, 'Kanadehon Chushingura', a tale of revenge based on the forty seven ronin incident of 1703, c.1870" oil on Canvas.
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1870

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Utagawa Yoshitora

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