Utagawa Yoshiiku (1833-1904) was a Japanese artist of the Utagawa school also known as Ochiai Yoshiiku. The son of teahouse proprietor Asakusa Tamichi in 1833, Yoshiiku became a student of ukiyo-e artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi toward the end of the 1840s.
Yoshiiku’s earliest works were portraits of actors, beauties and samurai. He later followed Kuniyoshi making satirical and humorous pieces, and became the leading name in the field after Kuniyosh’s death in 1861.
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