Totoya Hokkei

Japanese , 1780 - 1850

Born in 1780, Totoya Hokkei was originally a fishmonger. He learned printmaking under the great master Katsushika Hokusai and was considered to have been one of Hokusai’s best students. Hokkei’s work consists mostly of illustrations and surimono.
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Three Objects For The Tea Cerimony

1819

Stanza Del Borgo S.R.L.

Price upon request

Doe and Fawn

Israel Goldman

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A Chinese Princess Playing a Dragon Headed Lute

1832

Stanza Del Borgo S.R.L.

$5,500 - $12,000

Mt. Fuji Above Clouds

Israel Goldman

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