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Mizuno Toshikata@Ladies in the Bunsei era enjoying cherry blossoms, 36 Elegant Selections

Item No A1-96-305-01
Title Ladies in the Bunsei era enjoying cherry blossoms, 36 Elegant Selections
Artist Mizuno Toshikata
Date 1893
Condition Excellent
Size 23.5~36cm
Price SOLD
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Mizuno Toshikata
1866-1908
Ukiyoe painter. Also referred to as Osai, Shosetsu, and others as Betsugo. He became a pupil of Yoshitoshi at 14, at the same time, he learned the ceramics painting from Yamada Ryuto to contribute to the improvement. He was also affected by the painting style of Watanabe Syotei, which enabled him to invent a unique style in the figure or the landscape which are calm and noble, quite different from his master Yoshitoshi fs wild style. His pieces were also exhibited at the different exhibitions, sending a fresh air to Ukiyoe world after Yoshitoshi fs death. His prints are mostly multi-color prints depicting customs and manners or war.