Meiji painting and printmaking
Kogyo Terazaki was a painter and printmaker of the late Meiji era. Collectors of Japanese prints appreciate his style as being more vivid and natural, and his subjects as more interesting compared to his contemporaries working in woodblock printmaking during the late Meiji period.
Kogyo Terazaki as a printmaker is mainly known for Kuchi-e. After having established himself as a painter and printmaker, the artist worked as a professor at the Imperial School of Arts in Tokyo and was appointed as a member of the Imperial Art Committee.
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