Result
梅若神社

Umewaka Shrine 梅若神社

Kobayashi Kiyochika 小林清親/画

Collection of
Edo-Tokyo Museum
Title
Umewaka Shrine
Collection ID
85200704
Creator
Kobayashi Kiyochika
Creation Date
1879 19世紀 
Edo-Tokyo Museum Digital Archives
https://www.edohakuarchives.jp/detail-1893.html

作者について

小林清親 / KOBAYASHI Kiyochika

from Art Platform Japan: https://artplatform.go.jp/resources/collections/artists/A1381

Date of birth
1847-09-10
Birth place
Edo (current Tokyo)
Date of death
1915/11/28
Death place
Tokyo
Gender
male

Wikipedia

Kobayashi Kiyochika (小林 清親, 10 September 1847 – 28 November 1915) was a Japanese ukiyo-e artist, best known for his colour woodblock prints and newspaper illustrations. His work documents the rapid modernization and Westernization Japanese underwent during the Meiji period (1868–1912) and employs a sense of light and shade called kōsen-ga inspired by Western art techniques. His work first found an audience in the 1870s with prints of red-brick buildings and trains that had proliferated after the Meiji Restoration; his prints of the First Sino-Japanese War of 1894–95 were also popular. Woodblock printing fell out of favour during this period, and many collectors consider Kobayashi's work the last significant example of ukiyo-e.

Identifiers

APJ ID
A1381
VIAF ID
311169311
AKL ID
802074
NDL ID
00033162
Wikidata ID
Q3121142

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