Kogyo Tsukioka Canvas Wall Art

kogyo Tsukioka was a Japanese artist of the Meiji period. He was both a student and adopted son of Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, as well as studied under Ogata Gekko. Kikogyo is mostly known for his paintings of Japanese noh theatre, which are either large-scale or in the form of coloured woodblock prints.

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Kōgyo was most known for his paintings of the Japanese theater. He began with producing large-scale paintings of noh theater, and later progressed to colored woodblock prints that were pieced together in series. Some were produced in binding techniques such as orihon, which is a type of accordion folding binding, or yamato toji, which is sewing. The majority of these bound sets are institutional collections, but some individual prints by Kōgyo can still be bought through dealers specializing in Japanese prints.