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Reference » Ukiyo-e »  Artists Biographies

Ginko Adachi active c. 1870-1890

Ginko Adachi was a printmaker during the Meiji period. His first Go was Shosetsusai and produced 50 of actor prints in 1874 with this name. Ginko became famous for triptych war print of The Satsuma Rebellion (Seinan Senso) in 1877. He then changed his name to Adachi and published 'The Famous Places of Tokyo'. His other works include prints on the Sino-Japan War, press coverage of events prints and female genre prints.