Red leopard torches; Katsushika Hokusai

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An illustration of two men holding torches made of red leopard marrow, from the series Banmotsu ehon daizen zu (The Great Picture Book of Everything), c.1920s-40s, Katsushika Hokusai. The ink drawing depicts two men holding flames that are able to withstand the heavy rain. The inscription reads "In the Dongmingji it is said that Emperor Wu made torches using the marrow of a red leopard / they were not extinguished even in torrential rain".

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  • Product Code: 01613717103

An illustration of two men holding torches made of red leopard marrow, from the series Banmotsu ehon daizen zu (The Great Picture Book of Everything), c.1920s-40s, Katsushika Hokusai. The ink drawing depicts two men holding flames that are able to withstand the heavy rain. The inscription reads "In the Dongmingji it is said that Emperor Wu made torches using the marrow of a red leopard / they were not extinguished even in torrential rain".

  • Product Code: 01613717103

Red leopard torches; Katsushika Hokusai

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