Ashiyuki

Ashiyuki was a prolific Osaka artist, creating primarily Ukiyo-e prints and posters having to do with the theatre. Roberts reports that Ashiyuki was a pupil of Asayama Ashikuni, and at his best was a good artist of the Osaka school and a leader in some of the advances made by that school: first to make much use of horizontal format; firfst in Osaka to employ gofun, first to exploit use of color blocks without outlines, and may have been the first to use small-figure surimono style.
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DOUG FRAZER
Email: info@theartofjapan.com
Phone: 206-369-2139

Mailing Address:
The Art of Japan/Doug Frazer
PO Box 432
Medina, WA 98039

RICHARD A. WALDMAN
Email: info@theartofjapan.com
Phone: 206-859-9940

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 2967
Issaquah, WA 98027

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