Toyota Hokkei was a student of Hokusai, and before he was a student of Hokusai he was a fishmonger. Depicting an octopus and fish representative of the sea life of Kanagawa Prefecture, this print is one of his sixteen-part series Souvenirs of Enoshima. In travel-related series such as these, Hokkei and Hokusai were capitalizing upon the rising popularity of tourism in late Edo Japan and loosing the ukiyo-e genre from its obsession with actors and courtesans.
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Toyota Hokkei : “Delicacies of the Sea (Kanagawa)” (1818-1830)
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