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BAIREI BAIREI


BAISHIN BAISHIN


CHIKANOBU CHIKANOBU


EISEN TOMIOKA EISEN TOMIOKA


GEKKO, OGATA GEKKO, OGATA


GINKO GINKO

Ginko Adachi

GOYO, HASHIGUCHI GOYO, HASHIGUCHI


GYOSAI, KYOSAI GYOSAI, KYOSAI

Gyosai, Kyosai (Formerly Kawanabe Kyosai ( May 18, 1831–April 26, 1889) was a Japanese artist, in the words of a critic, "an individualist and an independent, perhaps the last virtuoso in traditional Japanese painting"

HANKO HANKO


HIROSHIGE III HIROSHIGE III

Born Ando Tobukei, he became a student of Utagawa Hiroshige in his teens. His work was mainly in picture books, but after Hiroshige II disolved his marriage to Hiroshige's daughter, Tobukei married her and inherited the name and the "Meiji" Hiroshige.

IKKEI, SHOSAI IKKEI, SHOSAI


KEINEN KEINEN


KEISHU KEISHU


KIYOCHIKA, KOBAYASHI


KOGYO KOGYO

Kogyo was the leading artist depicting Noh Theatre Prints in Japan. Noh Theatre is the older and traditional theatre of Japan where gestures and costumes and scanty props were dominant features.

KOGYO, TERASAKI KOGYO, TERASAKI


KOHO KOHO


KUNICHIKA KUNICHIKA

Kunichika, Toyohara (1835- 1900) became a student of Tokyo's then-leading print maker, Utagawa Kunisada, at about the age of 13

KUNIMITSU

An Artit of the tagawa school

OKUHARA


SHOEN, UEMURA SHOEN, UEMURA

Shoen Uemura was born in Kyoto under the name of Tsune Uemura. After her father diedd Shoen grew up with her mother and a few aunts,showing signs of a child gifted for the fine arts. Shoen entered the Kyoto Prefectural Art School, yet, like all geniuses, left without graduation. At the age of fifteen she had her first important exhibition and won a prize. Her teachers were Suzuki Shonen, Kono Bairei and Takeuchi Seiho.

SHOTEI SHOTEI


SHUNKEI SHUNKEI


SHUNTEI MIYAGAWA SHUNTEI MIYAGAWA


TANAGUCHI TANAGUCHI


TANKEI TANKEI


TOSHIKATA TOSHIKATA


TOYONOBU, UTAGAWA TOYONOBU, UTAGAWA


TSURUOKA, KAKUNEN TSURUOKA, KAKUNEN

Tokutaro (Kakunen) Tsuruoka immigrated to America as a teen. He was known for his watercolors and, later, woodblock prints, while working as a Asian antiques dealer. In the mid-1930s, when interest in Japanese woodblock prints was extremely popular, Kakunen designed four woodblock prints (three of them depicted California landscapes and one of a parrot) and had them printed and published in Japan. Tsuruoka was interned by the US at the Poston, AZ camp, where he painted haunting images of the surrounding desert landscape and flora. After the war, he and his family moved to New York City where he resumed his career in antiques.

YOSHIDA, CHIZUKO YOSHIDA, CHIZUKO


YOSHIKAZU, UTAGAWA YOSHIKAZU, UTAGAWA


YOSHITOSHI YOSHITOSHI


YUMEJI, TAKEHISA YUMEJI, TAKEHISA


ZENSHIN, SHIBATA ZENSHIN, SHIBATA


UNKNOWN MEIJI ARTIST UNKNOWN MEIJI ARTIST




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