Death Stone of Nasu Moor

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Death Stone of Nasu Moor

1,200.00

Item No. WB-0216 l $1,200

Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) print: "Death Stone of Nasu Moor"; circa 1891 from the series New Forms of 36 Ghosts.

Tamamo no Mae is emperor Toba's favorite concubine, pictured in the print standing in front of the rock. She has very long hair and wears many layers of robes in the Heian style. Painted on her forehead are false moth eyebrows, two geese fly over head signifying death is present, a signature Yoshitoshi design.

She is believed to have poisoned Emperor Toba with her magic. 

Dimensions: 9.75" x 14.5" (WxH)


Period: Meiji (1868-1912)

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