Hokkei (1780 - 1850 )

Hokkei Totoya was an ukiyo-e artist working in Edo during the 19th century. He began his artistic education under Yosen'in Kano before becoming one of Hokusai's most accomplished students. While Hokkei produced only a small number of single sheet prints during his career, he was a prolific illustrator and an surimono artist. Between the 1820s and 1830s, he produced hundreds of surimono designs. Literally "printed thing," surimono were lavishly printed, privately commissioned pairings of poetry and image. Hokkei Totoya's prints are featured in collections such as the Museum of Modern Art New York, the British Museum and Musée Guimet. 

Meiji Period Prints (1868-1912)

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