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.
I've put some Japanese prints up on the wall, which give me enormous pleasure... - Vincent Van Gogh