Hishida-Shunso

Hishida Shunso

Hishida Shunso (菱田 春草, September 21, 1874 - September 16, 1911) was the pseudonym of a Japanese painter from the Meiji period. One of Okakura Tenshin’s pupils along with Yokoyama Taikan and Shimomura Kanzan, he played a role in the Meiji era innovation of Nihonga. His real name was Hishida Miyoji. He was also known for his numerous paintings of cats.  wiki

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