Yashima Gakutei

Japanese , 1786 - 1868

Born in 1786, Yashima Gakutei was a good Ukiyo-e craftsman, but was better known as a writer and poet. He was a kyoka-poet, putting his own poems on his prints. Gakutei also translated a 16th century Chinese novel, “His-yi” (Journey to the West) into Japanese and illustrated the book with his own designs. Gakutei produced a number of excellent surimono and book illustrations.
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Seated Courtesan, Referring to Ebisu

1827-28

Stanza Del Borgo S.R.L.

$2,200 - $5,500

Seated Courtesan,Referring to Daikoku

1827-28

Stanza Del Borgo S.R.L.

$2,200 - $5,500

Moonlit Night at Suehiro Bridge, from the series: Famous Places of Naniwa (Osaka), Views of Tempozan at a Glance

1834

The Art of Japan

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