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Fujiwara no YukinagaFujiwara no Yukinaga
Period: Kamakura Period Occupation: Artist Family:- Birth: 1202AD Death: after 1221AD Fujiwara no Yukinaga Fujiwara no Yukinaga was a member of the Fujiwara clan living from 1202 to some time after 1221. During his lifetime he was a painter in the Yamato-e style and is thought to have perhaps illustrated[...]
Fujiwara no NagatakaFujiwara no Nagataka
Period: Kamakura Period Occupation: Painter, Monk Family: Fujiwara no Ienobu (father) Fujiwara no Takasuke (son) Birth: – Death: – Fujiwara no Nagataka Fujiwara no Nagataka was a member of the Fujiwara Clan living in the 13th Century. He was a painter in the Yamato-e style and was also a Buddhist[...]
Tosa TsunetakaTosa Tsunetaka
Period: Heian Period Occupation: Artist Family: Fujiwara no Takayoshi (grandfather) Birth: 12th Century Death: – Tosa Tsunetaka Tosa Tsunetaka (土佐 行光), also known as Fujiwara no Tsunetaka (藤原 行光) was the grandson of Fujiwara no Takayoshi, living in the 12th Century. He also held the title of Gon no Kami.[...]
Fujiwara no GōshinFujiwara no Gōshin
Period: Muromachi Period Occupation: Painter Family: Birth: ? Death: ? Fujiwara no Gōshin Fujiwara no Gōshin (藤原 豪信?) was a member of the Fujiwara Clan living around the late 15th Century. He was born to a courtesan and a monk and became a painter of the Yamato-e style. One of[...]