Ôkubo Hikozaemon Tadanori, from the series Twenty-four Accomplishments in Imperial Japan (Kôkoku nijûshi kô) ( 皇國 二十四 功 -)'. It consists of images of various people (mostly samurai) who played notable roles in Japanese history.
Okubo Hikozaemon is carrying his lord, rescuing him from the fire on a battleground.
It dates from towards the end of Yoshitoshi's career, when he was about forty-two. The entire set was posthumously re-published between 1893 and 1895 by Matsuki Heikichi.
Publisher: Matsuki Heikichi (Daikokuya)
Condition: Very good impression and color. Tear in top left border, print is backed.