Providing fine art to collectors, museums, corporations, and the trade since 1977.
Specializing in rare 18th - 20th Century Japanese Woodblock Prints
Born in Fukuoka, Kiyoshi studied under Kaburaki Kiyokata. After studying nihonga style painting, he began to study woodblock prints, c.1927. In 1930-31 he self-published a series of six prints of beauties, titled "Women's Manners of Today". Each design was issued as limited edition of 100 numbered examples. He produced just thirteen prints, twelve of which were exhibited at the Toledo Museum of Art in 1936.