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Ogata familylocked

  • Richard L. Wilson


Japanese family of artists. They were the owners of the Kariganeya, a long-established dry-goods business in Kyoto, which prospered from the beginning of the 17th century under the patronage of the military and court aristocracy. Ogata Sōhaku (1570–1637), the second generation of the family to act as head of the Kariganeya, was also a calligraphy pupil of his maternal uncle, ...

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