Artist: OGATA GEKKO (1859-1920)Fujin fuzoku zukushi – Customs and Manners of WomenBamboo GardenFormat: tate-ôban (35,9 x 23,6 cm)Publisher: Sasaki ToyokichiSignature: Gekko and sealDate: 1891Medium: Japanese Woodblock Print
Ogata Gekko (1859-1920) was a Japanese artist best known as a painter and designer of ukiyo-e woodblock prints. He was never classically trained in a school or held an artistic apprenticeship, so as a self-taught artist he developed his own style and did not abide to any rules. Due to his innovative style he won numerous awards nationally and internationally.
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