Hokusai
The works of Japanese painter Hokusai set to traditional Japanese music. I had to loop the music forgive me!
Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Utagawa Kuniyoshi (歌川 国芳, January 1, 1797 – April 14, 1861) was one of the last great masters of the Japanese ukiyo-e style of woodblock prints and painting. He was a member of the Utagawa school....
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Harukawa Eizan
Harukawa Eizan (春川 栄山) was a Japanese designer of ukiyo-e style Japanese woodblock prints who was active in the 1790s. He is believed to have been a student of Chōbunsai Eishi, and was the teacher...
Miyagawa Isshō
Miyagawa Isshō (Japanese: 宮川一笑) was a Japanese painter in the ukiyo-e style, primarily depicting kabuki actors, geisha, sumo wrestlers, and other elements of everyday urban culture. He was a pupil...
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Utagawa Kunimasu
Utagawa Kunimasu (歌川 国升) was a designer of ukiyo-e woodblock prints in Osaka who was active during the late Edo period. He was a leading producer of kamigata-e, prints from the Osaka and Kyoto are...
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Utagawa Toyoharu
Utagawa Toyoharu (歌川 豊春, c. 1735 – 1814) was a Japanese artist in the ukiyo-e genre, known as the founder of the Utagawa school and for his uki-e pictures that incorporated Western-style ge...
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Yanagawa Nobusada
Yanagawa Nobusada was a designer of ukiyo-e Japanese woodblock prints in Osaka who was active from about 1822 to 1832. His teacher, Yanagawa Shigenobu, gave him the name Yanagawa Yukinobu. A print f...
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Katsukawa Shunchō
Katsukawa Shunchō (勝川 春湖) was a Japanese designer of ukiyo-e style Japanese woodblock prints, who was active from about 1783 to about 1795.Although a student of Katsukawa Shunshō, Shunchō's output...
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Utagawa Yoshiiku
Utagawa Yoshiiku (歌川 芳幾, 1833 – 6 February 1904), also known as or Ochiai Yoshiiku (落合 芳幾), was a Japanese artist of the Utagawa school.
Born the son of teahouse proprietor Asakusa Ta...
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Sawa Sekkyō
Sawa Sekkyō (沢 雪嶠) was a designer of ukiyo-e Japanese woodblock prints in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. He was originally a pupil of Tsutsumi Tōrin, a painter of the Kanō school, but le...
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Torii Kiyomitsu
Torii Kiyomitsu (鳥居 清満, 1735 – May 11, 1785) was a painter and printmaker of the Torii school of Japanese ukiyo-e art; the son of Torii Kiyonobu II or Torii Kiyomasu II, he was the third head...
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Gigadō Ashiyuki
Gigadō Ashiyuki (戯画堂 芦幸) was a designer of ukiyo-e style Japanese woodblock prints in Osaka, who was active from about 1813 to 1833. He was a pupil of Asayama Ashikuni, and was also a haiku poet. As...
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Kuniteru
Utagawa Kuniteru (Japanese: 歌川国輝; 1808–1876) was an ukiyo-e artist in the tradition of the Utagawa school. Born in Edo (Tokyo), he studied under both Kunisada and Toyokuni. He produced prints of...
Toshihide Migita
Toshihide Migita (右田年英, Migita Toshihide, 1862 - 1925), also known as Oju Toshihide or Toshihide was a Japanese artist, creating work in traditional ukiyo-e prints and painting in the Western ...
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Nagakuni
Nagakuni (長国) is a Japanese name that may refer to:
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Toyokuni
Utagawa Toyokuni (Japanese: 歌川豐國; 1769 in Edo – 24 February 1825 in Edo), also often referred to as Toyokuni I, to distinguish him from the members of his school who took over his gō (ar...
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Konishi Hirosada
Konishi Hirosada (小西 廣貞) (fl. c. 1819-1863) was the most prolific Osaka-based designer of ukiyo-e woodblock prints during the late Edo period. Like most producers of kamigata-e (上方絵)—prints or...
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Ōoka Shunboku
Ōoka Shunboku (大岡 春卜, 1680 – 1763) was an ukiyo-e artist and painter who was known for his bird and flower paintings. Shunboku was born in the Kansai region, and lived most of his profession...
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Keisai Eisen
Keisai Eisen (渓斎 英泉, 1790 – 1848) was a Japanese ukiyo-e artist who specialised in bijinga (pictures of beautiful women). His best works, including his ōkubi-e ("large head pictures"), are consi...
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Torii Kiyomasu II
Torii Kiyomasu II (鳥居 清倍, c. 1720-1750) was a Japanese ukiyo-e painter and woodblock printmaker of the Torii school, a specialist, like the rest of the Torii artists, in billboards and other image...
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Natori Shunsen
Shunsen Natori (名取春仙, Natori Shunsen, February 7, 1886 - March 30, 1960) is considered by many to be the last master in the art of kabuki yakusha-e–literally, “actor pictures”. He was born in ...
Iwasa Matabei
Iwasa Matabei (Japanese: 岩佐 又兵衛; original name Araki Katsumochi 1578 – July 20, 1650) was a Japanese artist of the early Tokugawa period (1603–1867), who specialized in genre scenes of histo...
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Hiroshige II
Hiroshige II (二代目 歌川広重, Ni-daime Utagawa Hiroshige, 1826 – 17 September 1869) was a Japanese designer of ukiyo-e art. He inherited the name Hiroshige II following the death in 1858 ...
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Kaigetsudō Ando
Kaigetsudō Ando (壊月堂安度, c. 1671–1743), also known as Ando Yasunori, was a Japanese painter and the founder of the Kaigetsudō school of ukiyo-e art. Though influential and prolific, it is probabl...
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Bijinga
Bijin-ga (美人画, bijin-ga, lit. "beautiful person picture") is a generic term for pictures of beautiful women in Japanese art, especially in woodblock printing of the ukiyo-e genre, which predat...
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Katsukawa Shunkō I
Katsukawa Shunkō I (Japanese: 勝川 春好; 1743 – 1 December 1812) was a Japanese artist who designed ukiyo-e-style woodblock prints and paintings in Edo (modern Tokyo). He was a student of ...
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Ryūkōsai Jokei
Ryūkōsai Jokei (Japanese: 流光斎 如圭) was a designer of ukiyo-e style Japanese woodblock prints, painter, and illustrator in Osaka, who was active from about 1777 to 1809. He was a student of Shito...
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Torii Kiyonaga
This article is about the ukiyo-e artist; for samurai named Kiyonaga, see Naito Kiyonaga and Koriki Kiyonaga.Torii Kiyonaga (Japanese: 鳥居 清長; 1752 – June 28, 1815) was a Japanese ukiyo-e arti...
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Bertha Lum
Bertha Boynton Lum (1869 – 1954) was an American artist known for helping to make the Japanese and Chinese woodblock print known outside of Asia.
Bertha Boynton Bull was born May 1869 in Tipton, I...
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Utagawa Toyokuni II
Utagawa Toyokuni II (1777–1835), also known as Toyoshige, was a designer of ukiyo-e Japanese woodblock prints in Edo. He was the pupil, son-in-law and adopted son of Toyokuni I. The former used the ...
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