Death of Kiso Yosinaka The battle takes place on a massive, wildly excited horse - a warrior hoisting himself up on its open jaw. Kiso defends himself with a large sword, his massive leg stretched dramatically upwards, but is assailed right and left leaving the outcome clear.
The dramatic action is depicted against a magnificient gold background delicately enriched with an intricate pattern of writhing dragon.
Death of Taira Kiyomori Highly dramatic image of a tightly tatoed Devil grasping the seated Taira Kiyomori from behind, whose white, nude body is in stark contrast to that of his adversary; the clearly outlined fingers appear like red hair on Taira's head and shoulders. In the background swirls of flame-like color. See Print Details
Fearless Tomoe Extraordinary composition of tight, finely balanced, spiraling bodies of horses and men,locked in intense battle. relieving he wound up center, weapons and legs shoot out in all directions.
The background is magnificently drawn detail on gold, creating a sumpteous whole.
Hongan Leaves Kyoto The violent battle takes place over the bone of a giant pelvis; the variety of active bodies is breathtaking in its detail and expression of fierce energy, extending into space in all directions, reinforced by magnificent detail and color See Print Details
Invasion of the Southern Capital [Nanto Shinku] The Genpei Prints depict the battles in 13th century Japan of the great civil wars between the Minamoto and Taira families, sometimes referred to as "the Whites and the Reds" The highly imaginative rendering of these incredibly fine, expressive and detailed images are unique. The edition of this image is sold out; it is one of the finest in the series, featuring marvelous speed, movement and intensity . We are fortunate to be able to offer it. See Print Details
Kiso Yoshinaka Enters Kyoto Magnificent Silkscreen Print with detail of the invasion of Kyoto See Print Details
Kite Two tatooed men are preparing a kite.
Takedas fantastic and imaginative figures, are rendered in exquisite detail, on a rich gold ground.
Mark Of Fan A rare Print in sold out edition. This work is the artists most famous image in the Gempei Series. Munikata about to shoot an arrow at a fan placed on the mast of a Taira ship by a Taira noblewoman. Collection: British Museum, London; exhibited by the Museum.
Raising of Arms by Miramoto Yoritomo Warriors file in close formation through the snow covered winter landscape - ver fine silk sceen print; image from the See Print Details
San Franccisco A whimsical portrayal of the spelling of'San Francisco'. The Print was created by the artist in honor of the 2010 Arts of Pacific Asia Show in San Francisco AN ORIGINAL PAINTING See Print Details
Strong Bow of Minamoto Tametomo An amazing silk screen Print; very bold composition of Banners, superimposed on the fine dragon motif, with warriors setting their bows on horseback. A marvelously designed composition and Work. See Print Details
Tattooed Man A comical portrayal of a tattooed man pulling his tattooes as if they were clothing See Print Details
The Dropped Bow A remarkable composition of violent action of tatood soldiers charging a desperate crowd; the action is depicted against a very fine background of heaving, interlacing dragon in beautiful gradation of color adding contrast and drama to the heat of battle See Print Details
The Final Day of Kiso Yosinaka The struggle takes place on top of the massive, gray horse in a dense upward reaching composition of warriors, one of which appears to cling to the horse's head, his dagger raised See Print Details
Training of Usiwaka-maru Strikingly original idea and composition of uniformedly prostrate warriors and the one in training who has not yet fully mastered the art See Print Details