Taki Katei (Japanese, 滝 和亭 [Katei Taki worked as a painter of kacho-ga (images of birds & flowers) in traditional Japanese & Chinese style during the Meiji period. Studied under Araki Kankai. His works were shown at the Vienna World Exposition of
“handa: Moonlit Sea, Hasegawa Night, by Shoda Koho, woodblock print, ca. I’m partial to Shoda Koho’s work because I own one of his prints. I haven’t been able to find mine online. I should scan it someday.
By Eyvind Earle. New York City in Eyvind Earle began his prolific career 60 years ago at the urging of his father, Ferdinand Earle, a professional artist. His only instruction came from watching his father paint, Eyvind Earle is virtually self-taught.