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Jakuchu Ito

Jakuchu Ito

Jakuchu Ito was a Japanese painter of the mid-Tokugawa or Edo period who mainly depicted flowers, fish, and birds. He experimented largely with perspective and other modern stylistic devices. Ito was the son of a greengrocer and first studied drawing under a veteran painter. Like many aspiring artists, he copied works of old masters. He developed an innately realistic style to which he added decorative touches. He produced a series of thirty pictures for the Shokoku Temple, called Doshokusai-e, that featured animals and plants. Ito became well known in the Kyoto art community and garnered success and income from countless commissions. He retired to a temple on the outskirts of Kyoto and continued to paint until his death.

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