This street banner from Samurai: Japanese Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection exhibition at LACMA features samurai armor of the Tengu type (tengu tōsei gusoku) made by Kiyotoshi and Munekiyo (forged helmet) and Ryūsuiken (helmet), in 1854. This armor was made for a samurai or for a samurai family and depicts the tengu, a half-man, half bird of legend.
Order 2 banners to experience the whole image.
Front of banner - A detail of armor of the Tengu type (tengu tōsei gusoku)
Back of banner - Samurai: Japanese Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection | LACMA
Size - 3 x 8 ft. with 3 in. pockets at either end for hanging
Designed, fabricated of heavy vinyl and printed in Southern California for LACMA
Our banners are the original banners on Los Angeles street poles. The front and back of banner may be seen in the photograph, front is one side of banner pair, back is the other side. They have been professionally cleaned but please expect some weathering and wear. Condition does vary slightly between pieces.
Photo courtesy Gold Metropolitan Media