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Acrylic Blox : The warrior Kusunoki barricading himself into Akasaka Castle

The warrior Kusunoki barricading himself into Akasaka Castle



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The warrior Kusunoki barricading himself into Akasaka Castle

The warrior Kusunoki barricading himself into Akasaka Castle. Print shows the samurai Kusunoki and followers defending the castle at Akasaka. Date between 1804 and 1812

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Akasaka Kusunoki Warrior Barricading Woodblocks Woodcuts


6"x4" (15x10cm) Acrylic Blox

Your photographic print is held in place by magnets and a micro thin sheet of metal covering the back of a 20mm piece of clear acrylic. Your print is held in place with magnets so can easily be replaced if needed.

Streamlined, one sided modern and attractive table top print

Estimated Product Size is 15.2cm x 10.2cm (6" x 4")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
This evocative woodblock print captures the legendary moment when the samurai Kusunoki Masashige and his loyal followers barricaded themselves into Akasaka Castle during the Mongol Invasion of Japan in 1274. The image, created between 1804 and 1812, showcases the indomitable spirit of the Japanese warrior class in the face of overwhelming adversity. Kusunoki Masashige, a renowned samurai from the Kanto region, had pledged his allegiance to Emperor Go-Daigo, who was then in hiding from the Mongol invaders. When the Mongol army approached Akasaka Castle, Kusunoki and his men bravely chose to make their stand there, despite knowing that their chances of survival were slim. The print depicts Kusunoki and his warriors standing defiantly atop the castle walls, their faces etched with determination and resolve. The castle gates are closed, and the defenders are shown readying their weapons, prepared to fight to the last man. The background is filled with the chaos of battle, with smoke rising from the castle and the sounds of clashing swords and cries of soldiers filling the air. This woodblock print is a testament to the bravery and sacrifice of the samurai class in Japan's history. The intricate details of the print, from the textured armor and facial expressions to the dynamic composition, bring the scene to life and transport us back to a time of war and honor. The print is a valuable historical document and an enduring work of art that continues to inspire awe and admiration.

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