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Eisen & Kiyomasu Ukiyo-e Woodblock Prints [30 Images]

Eisen & Kiyomasu Ukiyo-e Woodblock Prints [30 Images]

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Keisai Eisen (1790-1848) and Torii Kiyomasu (d. 1762) were prominent Japanese ukiyo-e artists who worked during different periods of Japanese history.

Eisen was active during the late Edo period (1603-1868) and is best known for his prints depicting beautiful women, geisha, and scenes from the kabuki theater. His works were highly popular with the urban populace of Edo (modern-day Tokyo), who were fascinated by the colorful and sensual world of the pleasure quarters. Eisen was also skilled in creating landscape prints and produced a famous series depicting views along the Tokaido highway.

Kiyomasu was active during the early 18th century, during the Genroku period (1688-1704). He was a member of the Torii school of artists, which was famous for producing prints of actors and theater scenes. Kiyomasu was one of the earliest and most important members of the school and helped to establish the distinctive style and subject matter that came to be associated with Torii prints. He also created prints of beauties and landscapes, although these were less well-known than his theatrical works.

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