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Watanabe Nobukazu

Marriage Ceremony of Crown Prince Yoshihito Japanese Meiji Woodblock Triptych



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Japanese woodblock print from the Meiji period.

  • Depicting the marriage of the future Taishō emperor Yoshihito to noblewoman Kujō Sadako by artist Watanabe Nobukazu 渡辺延, also known as Yôsai Nobukazu 楊斎延 (Japanese, 1872-1944).
  • Nishiki-e, ink and color on vertical ôban.
  • Signature at lower left.
  • Museum placard on verso.
  • Black metal frame glazed with acrylic.


Collection of Sheldon and Heather Siegel


“Forging the New Japan: Japanese Woodblock Prints from the Collection of Sheldon and Heather Siegel." Alden B. Dow Museum of Science and Art at Midland Center for the Arts. Midland, Michigan, 2014.

Condition Report

Overall very good condition with minimal fading and some slight curling at the paper edges.

Small scratches to frame.

Art not examined outside of frame.


Height: 20.25 inches / 51.44 cm
Width: 35.25 inches / 89.53 cm

Sight Height: 13.5 inches / 34.29 cm

Sight Width: 27.5 inches / 69.85 cm


Paper, Acrylic, Painted Metal

Decorative Style

Asian Decorative Arts

Country of Origin


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