Signed: Gototei Kunisada ga
Publisher: Iwatoya Kisaburō
(Marks 173 - seal 08-051)
Gyōji censor's seal: Waka
This is truly one of Kunisada's earliest prints. It represents Seitaka Dōji, one of the two attendants of the god Fudō Myōō. It is the lower right panel of a triangular-shaped triptych.
complete triptych at Waseda University
There is an ink on paper hanging scroll of Seitaka (Sk: Cetaka or servant) dated 1164 in the Cleveland Museum of Art. It represents Seitaka is a less benign form, less feminine looking. Here he is almost warrior-like on horseback.
There is a beautifully preserved 14th century suit of armor in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. On the leather corselet there is an illustration of Fudō Myōō accompanied by his attendants including a childlike Seitaka Dōji.