Kano Hōgai was a prominent Japanese painter and artist who lived during the late Edo period and into the Meiji era. He is renowned for his significant contributions to the revitalization and transformation of traditional Japanese painting, particularly in the realm of Nihonga (Japanese-style painting). Hōgai was a member of the prestigious Kano school, a lineage of painters that had served the Tokugawa shogunate for centuries. His work marked a transition from the classical Kano school style to a more expressive and individualistic one.
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