Kyosai Gama-Sennin - A painting of a man holding a stick
Gama-Sennin (Toad Hermit)
日本語: 中国人物画巻 がま仙人
Kawanabe Kyosai was a prominent Japanese artist known for his work in the ukiyo-e and nihonga styles. He was a versatile artist, skilled in painting, printmaking and caricature. Kyosai's work often featured humorous and satirical themes and he was known for his bold and expressive brushwork. He was also a master of traditional Japanese painting techniques and his work often depicted scenes from Japanese folklore and history. Kyosai's art had a significant influence on the development of modern Japanese art, and he is considered one of the most important artists of the late Edo and Meiji periods.