(Meiji shinsen) Shoga jinmei shi (明治新選) 書画人名志
- (Meiji shinsen) Shoga jinmei shi (明治新選) 書画人名志
Illustrated book, folding album, 1 vol. Calligraphy and paintings by thirty-one artists. Woodblock-printed text and images.
- Calligrapher: Onuma Chinzan (大沼沈山)
- Print artist: Satake Eiko 佐竹永湖
- Print artist: Hattori Hazan 服部波山
- Print artist: Megata Kaian (目賀田介庵)
- Calligrapher: Ichikawa Man'an (市川萬庵)
- Print artist: Matsumoto Fuko (松本楓湖)
- Calligrapher: Otsuki Bankei (大槻盤渓)
- Print artist: Todo Ryoun (藤堂凌雲)
- Print artist: Fukushima Ryuho (福島柳圃)
- Print artist: Okuhara Seiko (奥原晴湖)
- Calligrapher: Seki Sekko 関雪江
- Calligrapher: Hagiwara Shugan 萩原秋巌
- Print artist: Shibata Zeshin (柴田是眞)
- 1872 (published)
- Published in: Tokyo-to
- Height: 18 centimetres
- Width: 13 centimetres
One of the last great Chinese-style poets of pre-Meiji Restoration Edo, Chinzan here writes a semi-cursive mode (gyosho) preface to a directory of Chinese-style calligraphers and painters published during the early years of the new regime. (Label copy, TTC 1997)SJ37:
Onuma Chinzan (preface)
Yanagida Shosai 柳田正斎 (1797-1888)
Ichikawa Tokuan 市川得庵 (1834-1920) – calligrapher, son of Ichikawa Suian (q.v.).
Uemura Roshu 植村蘆洲 (1830-85) – kanshi poet, studied with Onuma Chinzan (q.v.), married daughter of Takatsuki Tanzan.
Samukawa Uncho 寒川雲晁 (1823-1907) – painter, studied with Ooka Unpo (q.v.) and Tani Buncho (q.v.), worked for government, travelled abroad.
Komuro Shozan 小室樵山 (1842-93) – calligrapher, pupil of Hagiwara Shugan
Fukushima Chikaharu 福島隣春 (1811-82) – painter, born in Edo, studied Tosa school with Takashima Chiharu, painted no and kyogen, and genre scenes.
Ichikawa Suian 市川遂庵 (1804-84) – calligrapher, pupil and adopted son of Ichikawa Beian (q.v.).
Ishihata Sada (Kensai) 石幡貞 (謙斎 1839-1916) – kangaku scholar and calligrapher, born in Fukushima, employed by Gaimusho, traveled to China and Korea.
Inoue Chikuitsu 井上竹逸 (1814-86) – painter, studied archery in Nagasaki with Takashima Shuhan, and studied painting with Tani Buncho (q.v.) and Watanabe Kazen (q.v.).
Asano Baido – add name Shotan 蒋譚, studied with Kurimoto Suian [See Bijutsu kenkyu, no. 35]
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