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hokusai shunga ukiyoe woodblock print Meiji era 19th century
hokusai shunga ukiyoe woodblock print Meiji era 19th century
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shunga art - 1850
shunga art - 1850's Japanese antique shunga woodblock print ukiyoe Kunichika Utagawa
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A Mid 19th century Edo period woodblock print Shunga Ukiyo-e erotic art "AsianAntiqueGirl.com"
A Mid 19th century Edo period woodblock print Shunga Ukiyo-e erotic art "AsianAntiqueGirl.com"
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Shunga art, ukiyo-e woodblock print from Japan, Edo period early 19th century
Shunga art, ukiyo-e woodblock print from Japan, Edo period early 19th century
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Japanese Art "UKIYO-E" Movie
Japanese Art "UKIYO-E" Movie
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Life of Cats: Selections from the Hiraki Ukiyo-e Collection - Video Tour - Rotation 2
Life of Cats: Selections from the Hiraki Ukiyo-e Collection - Video Tour - Rotation 2
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Life of Cats: Selections from the Hiraki Ukiyo-e Collection - Video Tour
Life of Cats: Selections from the Hiraki Ukiyo-e Collection - Video Tour
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Ukiyoe
Ukiyoe
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G.Art - Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾 北斎
G.Art - Katsushika Hokusai 葛飾 北斎
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Original Drawing SHUNGA Japanese Erotic Art Ukiyo-e paintings book (0281)
Original Drawing SHUNGA Japanese Erotic Art Ukiyo-e paintings book (0281)
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Ukiyo-e (Japanese woodblock prints)
Ukiyo-e (Japanese woodblock prints)
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G.Art - Utagawa Kunisada II
G.Art - Utagawa Kunisada II
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Japan Spirit and Form #7: Women in Ukiyo-e
Japan Spirit and Form #7: Women in Ukiyo-e
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G.Art - Utagawa Kuniyoshi
G.Art - Utagawa Kuniyoshi
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Shunga part③ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
Shunga part③ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
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G.Art - Utagawa Toyokuni II
G.Art - Utagawa Toyokuni II
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Shunga part④ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
Shunga part④ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
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Shunga exhibition at the British Museum - curator
Shunga exhibition at the British Museum - curator's introduction
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Shunga part⑧ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
Shunga part⑧ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
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Shunga part① Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
Shunga part① Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
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Katsukawa Shunsho
Katsukawa Shunsho
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Shunga part② Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
Shunga part② Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
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Shunga part⑨ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
Shunga part⑨ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
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Shunga part⑦ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
Shunga part⑦ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
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浮世絵でみる刺青  old school tattoo in ukiyoe
浮世絵でみる刺青 old school tattoo in ukiyoe
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Shunga part⑩ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
Shunga part⑩ Japanese Art(1603-1868 CE)
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G.Art - Utagawa Toyokuni
G.Art - Utagawa Toyokuni
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G.Art - Kitagawa Utamaro
G.Art - Kitagawa Utamaro
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Japanese Art Prints
Japanese Art Prints
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Arte Shunga
Arte Shunga
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Utamaro Revealed
Utamaro Revealed
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Antique 19th Century Japanese Meiji Period Shunga Album Woodblock Print Book
Antique 19th Century Japanese Meiji Period Shunga Album Woodblock Print Book
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G.Art - Utagawa Kunisada
G.Art - Utagawa Kunisada
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The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo - Chapter 1: The Cup of Humanity & Chapter 2: The Schools of Tea
The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo - Chapter 1: The Cup of Humanity & Chapter 2: The Schools of Tea
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HELEN FRANKENTHALER & ROBERT MOTHERWELL AT LESLIE SACKS CONTEMPORARY
HELEN FRANKENTHALER & ROBERT MOTHERWELL AT LESLIE SACKS CONTEMPORARY
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Utagawa: Masters of the Japanese Print 1770-1900
Utagawa: Masters of the Japanese Print 1770-1900
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Shunga Ukiyoe woodblock print 1840 Edo Japan Shunga research project Asian Antique Girl
Shunga Ukiyoe woodblock print 1840 Edo Japan Shunga research project Asian Antique Girl
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IB Art Research Project--Ukiyo-E
IB Art Research Project--Ukiyo-E
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Ukiyoe of Hiroshige, The 53 Stations of the Tōkaidō, Tōkaidō Gojūsan-tsugi
Ukiyoe of Hiroshige, The 53 Stations of the Tōkaidō, Tōkaidō Gojūsan-tsugi
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52 for 150: What
52 for 150: What's So Special About Roger Shimomura?
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Japanese Prints
Japanese Prints
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BEGIN Japanology The Art Of Ikebana 華道
BEGIN Japanology The Art Of Ikebana 華道
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Ukiyo-e (Japanese landscape painting③1603-1868 CE)
Ukiyo-e (Japanese landscape painting③1603-1868 CE)
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Edo Pop - Paul Binnie
Edo Pop - Paul Binnie
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【English version】Ukiyoe, Part1, Beauty looking back
【English version】Ukiyoe, Part1, Beauty looking back
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Edo Pop - Tomokazu Matsuyama
Edo Pop - Tomokazu Matsuyama
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Unveiling my Ukiyoe Heroes Print, from Jed Henry
Unveiling my Ukiyoe Heroes Print, from Jed Henry
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Ink N Iron Convention Coverage Pt. 3 of 3
Ink N Iron Convention Coverage Pt. 3 of 3
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Life of Cats - Popular Hotspring Spa [of Cats]
Life of Cats - Popular Hotspring Spa [of Cats]
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ukiyo-e, Japanese prints of the Floating World.
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Ukiyo-e artists may be organized into schools, which consist of a founding artist and those artists who were taught by or strongly influenced by him. Artists of the Osaka school are united both stylistically and geographically.[1] Not all of these artists designed woodblock prints, and some ukiyo-e artists had more than one teacher, and others are not known to be associated with any particular school.

Asayama school (in Osaka)[edit]

Asayama Ashikuni (founder)
Ashisato
Ashifune
Ashihiro
Ashikiyo
Asayama Ashitaka
Asayama Ashitomo
Gigadō Ashiyuki (Nagakuni)
Jukōdō Yoshilkuni

Eishi school (also known as Hosoda school)[edit]

Chōbunsai Eishi (founder)
Ichirakute Eisui
Chōkōsai Eishō
Chōkyōsai Eiri
Gessai Gabimaru
Chōensai Eishin
Rekisentei Eiri
Harukawa Eizan

Furuyama school[edit]

Furuyama Moroshige (founder)
Furuyama Moromasa
Furuyama Morotane
Furuyama Morotsugu

Harukawa Eizan school[edit]

Harukawa Eizan (founder)
Harukawa Goshichi
Harukawa Eichō

Harunobu school[edit]

Suzuki Harunobu (founder)
Isoda Koryūsai
Shiba Kōkan (Suzuki Harushige)
Yasunobu
Komai Yoshinobu
Suzuki Haruji
Masunobu
Mitsunobu
Naka Kuninobu
Morino Sōgyoku
Ueno Shōha

Hasegawa school (in Osaka)[edit]

Hasegawa Sadanobu I (founder)
Hasegawa Sadanobu II
Hasegawa Settan
Hasegawa Settei

Hishikawa school (also known as the Moronobu school)[edit]

Hishikawa Moronobu (founder)
Hishikawa Morofusa
Hishikawa Moroyoshi
Hishikawa Moronaga
Hishikawa Moroshige
Hishikawa Morohira
Tamazaki Ryūjo

Hokusai school[edit]

Katsushika Hokusai (Shunrō, Sōri, Taitō)
Katsushika ōi
Yanagawa Shigenobu
Yanagawa Nobusada (Yanagawa Yukinobu)
Hishikawa Sōri
Katsushika Hokumei
Teisai Hokuba
Maki Bokusen
Numata Gessai
Shōtei Hokuju
Totoya Hokkei
Ryūryūkyo Shinsai
Hōtei Gosei
Katsushika Hokuun
Katsushika Taito II
Katsushika Isai
Katsushika Hokui
Enkōan

Ippitsusai Bunchō school[edit]

Ippitsusai Bunchō (founder)
Tsumuri no Hikaru
Tamagawa Shūchō

Ishikawa Toyonobu school[edit]

Ishikawa Toyonobu (founder)
Ishikawa Toyomasa

Kaigetsudō school[edit]

Kaigetsudō Ando (founder)
Kaigetsudō Anchi
Kaigetsudō Dohan
Kaigetsudō Doshin
Kaigetsudō Doshu
Kaigetsudō Doshū
Hasegawa Eishun (Baiōken Eishun)
Matsuno Chikanobu

Katsukawa school (also known as the Shunshō school)[edit]

Katsukawa Shunshō (founder)
Koikawa Harumachi I
Katsukawa Shunrō
Katsukawa Shun’ei
Katsukawa Shuntei
Katsukawa Shun’en
Katsukawa Shundō II
Katsukawa Shunrin
Katsukawa Shōju
Katsukawa Shundō
Katsukawa Shunzan
Katsukawa Shunjō
Katsukawa Shunsen (Katsukawa Shunkō II)
Katsukawa Shunchō
Katsukawa Shunkō I
Katsukawa Shungyō
Tamagawa Shunsui
Kinchōdō Sekiga
Katsukawa Shunri
Katsukawa Shunwa

Keisai Eisen school[edit]

Keisai Eisen (founder)
Isono Bunsai
Yamatoya Sada
Teisai Senchō
Senshōtei Toyotsuru

Kitagawa school (also known as Utamaro school)[edit]

Kitagawa Utamaro (founder)
Kitagawa Utamaro II
Maki Bokusen
Kitagawa Chiyojo
Kitagawa Fujimaro
Kitagawa Tsukimaro
Chōchōdō Kagenori
Kitagawa Yukimaro
Kitagawa Shikimaro
Kitagawa Yoshimaro
Eishōsai Chōki
Kitagawa Hidemaro
Juka Sekijō
Soraku
Michimaro
Chikanobu
Bunrō
Isomaro
Hishikawa Ryūkoku
Rakumaro
Minemaro
Senman

Kitao school (also known as the Shigemasa school)[edit]

Kitao Shigemasa (founder)
Kitao Shigemasa II
Kubo Shunman
Kitao Masanobu
Kitao Masayoshi

Koikawa school[edit]

Koikawa Harumachi I (founder)
Koikawa Harumachi II
Koikawa Harumasa
Koikawa Hakuga

Kondō school[edit]

Kondō Kiyoharu (founder)
Kondō Kiyonobu
Kondō Katsunobu

Miyagawa school[edit]

Miyagawa Chōshun (founder)
Miyagawa Isshō
Miyagawa Chōki
Miyagawa Shunsui

Nishikawa school (also known as the Sukenobu school)[edit]

Nishikawa Sukenobu (founder)
Nishikawa Suketada
Kawashima Nobukiyo
Nishikawa Terunobu
Takagi Sadatake

Nishimura school (also known as the Shigenaga school)[edit]

Nishimura Shigenaga (founder)
Ishikawa Toyonobu
Nishimura Shigenobu
Suzuki Harunobu
Yamamoto Fujinobu
Tomikawa Fusanobu
Yamamoto Yoshinobu
Hirose Shigenobu

Okumura school (also known as the Masanobu school)[edit]

Okumura Masanobu (founder)
Okumura Nobufusa
Okumura Toshinobu
Tanaka Masunobu
Mangetsudō

Ōoka school (in Osaka)[edit]

Ōoka Shunboku (founder)
Takehara Shunchōsai

Osaka school[edit]

Ryūkōsai Jokei (founder)
Shōkōsai Hanbei
Shunkōsai Hokushū (Shunkō IV)
Ashikuni
Ashiyuki (Nagakuni)
Enjaku
Yoshida Hanbei
Hikokuni
Hironobu
Hirosada I
Hirosada II
Shunbaisai Hokuei (Shunkō III)
Hokumyō
Kagematsu
Kikyo
Kiyosada
Kunihiro
Kunikazu
Kunimasu (Sadamasu)
Kunishige
Mitsukuni
Munehiro
Nagahide
Nobukatsu
Yanagawa Nobusada
Sadahiro I
Sadahiro II
Sadanobu I
Sadanobu II
Sadayoshi
Shigefusa
Shigeharu
Shigenobu
Shunkyō
Shunshi
Shunshō
Shûshō
Tokusai
Toyohide
Utakuni
Yoshifune
Yoshikuni I
Yoshikuni II
Yoshitaki
Yoshiume
Yoshiyuki

Ryūkōsai school (in Osaka)[edit]

Ryūkōsai Jokei (founder)
Shōkōsai Hanbei
Urakusai Nagahide

Shigenobu school[edit]

Yanagawa Shigenobu I (founder)
Yanagawa Shigenobu II
Tōrōsai Shigemitsu

Shunkōsai Fukushū school (in Osaka)[edit]

Shunkōsai Fukushū (founder)
Shunshosai Hokuchō
Gatōken Shunshi
Shunbaisai Hokuei (Shunkō III)
Seiyōsai Shunshi

Torii school[edit]

Torii Kiyomoto (founder)
Torii Kiyonobu I (co-founder)
Torii Kiyonobu II
Torii Kiyomasu I
Torii Kiyomasu II
Torii Kiyomitsu I
Torii Kiyotsune
Torii Kiyohiro
Torii Kiyosato
Torii Kiyonaga
Torii Kiyomasa I
Torii Kiyomine I
Hanegawa Chinchō
Kondō Kiyoharu
Torii Kiyotada
Katsukawa Terushige
Torii Kiyotomo
Torii Kiyoshige I
Torii Kotondo

Toyohara school[edit]

Toyohara Kunichika (founder)
Yōshū Chikanobu (Toyohara Chikanobu)
Watanabe Nobukazu
Toyohara Chikaharu
Morikawa Chikashige
Toyohara Chikayoshi
Toyohara Chikasato

Utagawa school[edit]

Utagawa Toyoharu (founder)
Utagawa Toyohiro
Utagawa Hirochika II
Utagawa Toyokuni I
Utagawa Kunimasa
Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III)
Utagawa Kunisada II
Utagawa Kunisada III
Utagawa Sadahide
Utagawa Sadakage
Utagawa Sadafusa
Utagawa Fusatane
Utagawa Sadahiro
Utagawa Kuniteru II
Utagawa Kunimasu I (Sadamasu)
Utagawa Sadayoshi
Utagawa Kunihisa II
Utagawa Kunichika
Utagawa Kuniaki I
Utagawa Kuniaki II
Utagawa Kunimasa IV
Utagawa Kokunimasa
Utagawa Kunisato
Utagawa Kunitoshi
Utagawa Toyokuni II (Toyoshige)
Utagawa Kunitsuru
Utagawa Kunimatsu
Utagawa Kuniteru III
Utagawa Kunimaru
Utagawa Kuniyasu
Utagawa Kuninao
Utagawa Kuniyoshi
Utagawa Yoshimune
Utagawa Yoshiume
Utagawa Yoshitsuya
Utagawa Yoshifuji
Utagawa Yoshiharu
Utagawa Yoshitoyo
Utagawa Yoshimori
Utagawa Yoshimasa
Utagawa Yoshitora
Kawanabe Kyōsai
Hayakawa Shōzan
Utagawa Yoshiiku
Kobayashi Ikuhide
Utagawa Yoshitama
Utagawa Yoshifusa
Utagawa Yoshitoshi
Utagawa Yoshikata
Utagawa Yoshikatsu
Utagawa Yoshijo
Utagawa Yoshinobu
Utagawa Yoshitorijo
Utagawa Yoshitsuna
Utagawa Yoshitsuru
Utagawa Yoshikazu
Utagawa Yoshitomi
Utagawa Kunikiyo
Utagawa Kunihisa
Utagawa Kunitora
Utagawa Kuniteru I
Utagawa Kunihiro
Ryūsai Shigeharu
Utagawa Kunikage
Utagawa Kuninaga
Utagawa Hiroshige (Andō Hiroshige)
Utagawa Hiroshige II (Shigenobu)
Utagawa Hiroshige III
Risshō II
Shōsai Ikkei
Utagawa Shigemaru
Utagawa Shigekiyo
Utagawa Hirokage

Artists not associated with a particular school[edit]

Kanbun Master
Sharaku
Sawa Sekkyō
Setsuri
Toriyama Sekien
Ogata Gekkō
Sugimura Jihei
Kobayashi Kiyochika
Kikukawa Eizan

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Assignment of artists into schools is derived from Hotei Encyclopedia of Japanese Woodblock Prints, 2005

References[edit]

  • Lane, Richard. (1978). Images from the Floating World, The Japanese Print. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 10-ISBN 0192114476/13-ISBN 9780192114471; OCLC 5246796
  • Link, Howard A., The Theatrical Prints of the Torii Masters, A Selection of Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Ukiyo-e, Honolulu, Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1977.
  • Newland, Amy Reigle. (2005). Hotei Encyclopedia of Japanese Woodblock Prints. Amsterdam: Hotei. 10-ISBN 9074822657/13-ISBN 9789074822657; OCLC 61666175
  • Roberts, Laurance P., A Dictionary of Japanese Artists, Tokyo, Weatherhill, 1976.
  • Ujlaki, Peter, Osaka Kabuki at the BM, Andon, Vol. 82, 2007, 56-72.
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