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Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

The Lonely House on Adachi Moor in Northern Japan (Boston Museum of Fine Arts)

1839-1892 (Tempo 10-Meiji 25)
Ukiyo-e artist at the end of the Edo period and the early Meiji period.
Studied under Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Kanasai Kawanabe, and Yoshio Ochiai are brothers and pupils of the same Kuniyoshimon.
Pictorial numbers include Yoshinori Ichinoseki, Mansai, Tamagoro, Chew Hatei, Koei, Yoshitoshi Daiso.
He was called the last Ukiyo-e artist who created works ranging from historical paintings to beauty paintings, and was also called the bloody Yoshinori because he left behind some terrible works represented by the figure of “Okushu Adachi.
In the Showa era, the popularity was declining, but in recent years the painting industry has been reevaluated.

Born in Edo Shimbashi in Tempo 10 years. Later he was adopted by Tsukioka Yukinai, and when he was 12 years old, he became a disciple of Utagawa Kuniyoshi.
In the 6th year of Yoshinaga, the first illustration, the picture book, the real-school puppet teacher Yoichi, was announced in the name of Yoshinori Yoshioka.
He inherited Keio first year Tsukioka surname and lives in Nakahashi.
From Meiji 3 to Meiji 6 he became depressed and the number of works decreased, but after that he recovered and changed the issue to Yoshio Daiso.
In 1881, Oshu Adachi became a top figure in the Meiji Ukiyo-e world.
In 1904, he became ill again due to depression, and his condition worsened in the following year. He was admitted to Sugamo Hospital, but did not recover, but on June 9 of the same year he was breathed due to brain hyperemia.

Representative works such as late-night visits (Ukiyoe Ota Memorial Museum of Art), Sarutahiko (Chiba City Museum of Art), Yoritomo Ishibashiyama Battle Battle (Boston Museum of Art), etc.

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