In the Tenshô Era [1573-1592], When Uesugi Kenshin Visited Kyoto, Citizens Approached Him Asking for Peace and Order (Tenshô nenchû Uesugi Kenshin jôraku no ori kara shomin taihei o negatte shitashimi tamô ozu)

「天正年中上杉謙信上洛の折から諸民太平お願て親み賜お図」

Japanese
Edo period–Meiji era
1868 (Keiô 4/Meiji 1)
Artist Unknown, Japanese


Catalogue Raisonné

Nagura, Etoki bakumatsu fûshi-ga to tennô (2007), #7

Dimensions

Vertical ôban diptych

Accession Number

11.34998.97a-b

Medium or Technique

Woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and color on paper

Not On View

Collections

Asia, Prints and Drawings

Classifications

Prints

MFA impressions: 11.34998.97a-b, 11.42083a-b

From an album of satirical prints, 11.34998.1-112.

Signed

Unsigned
無款

Markings

No censor's seal
No blockcutter's mark
No publisher's mark
改印:なし
彫師:なし
版元:なし

Provenance

By 1911, purchased by William Sturgis Bigelow (b. 1850–d. 1926), Boston [see note 1]; 1911, gift of Bigelow to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 29, 2004)

NOTES:
[1] Much of Bigelow's collection of Asian art was formed during his residence in Japan between 1882 and 1889, although he also made acquisitions in Europe and the United States. Bigelow deposited many of these objects at the MFA in 1890 before donating them to the Museum's collection at later dates.

Credit Line

William Sturgis Bigelow Collection