B005 In the vicinity of the South Gate of Dingzhou commissioned officer scouts of our cavalry faced heavy enemy fire, and engaged in valiant struggle and savage fighting. Finally overcoming resistance they occupied Dingzhou
Production person:Made by Gessa (月三)
Production place:Made in Japan (Asia,Japan)
Description:Woodblock print, triptych. Japanese troops attacking fortress in the Sino-Japanese War. Signed; sealed; inscribed.
Inscription Type: signature
Inscription Transliteration: Gessa
Inscription Type: mark
Inscription Transliteration: Ensei
Inscription Comment: seal
Inscription Type: inscription
Inscription Transliteration: Waga kiheitai no shoko sekko Teishu nammon fukin ni oite, gankyo naru teki no hoka ni oji, yuto mosen, tsui ni kore o gekitai shi, Teishu o senryo suInscription
Translation: In the vicinity of the South Gate of Dingzhou commissioned officer scouts of our cavalry faced heavy enemy fire, and engaged in valiant struggle and savage fighting. Finally
overcoming resistance they occupied Dingzhou.
Dimensions Height: 37.6 centimetresWidth: 71 centimetres
Associated events Associated Event Sino-Japanese War
Acquisition name Donated by Hoshino Ken
Production year of this work is 1904 rather than 1894. When this work was painted in 1894, Gssan was going to draw it at the age of seven. It is ridiculous. So it becomes that the subject of this painting is not the Sino-Japanese War but is the Russo-Japanese War.