Tsukioka Settei (1710-1786) View Works

Tsukioka Settei was a Japanese ukiyo-e artist born in Ōmi Province. Settei studied painting in Osaka with Takada Keiho in the style of the Kanō. He was strongly influenced by the work of the ukiyo-e artist Nishikawa Sukenobu. By 1762, Settei had produced over fifty illustrated books. From then onwards he started painting hanging scrolls of beauties, which he best known for.

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