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Kishi School

Japanese, active 19th century


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Kyoto

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The Kishi School, based in Kyoto, was justly famous for its paintings of animals—especially tigers. The school’s founder was Ganku (1749/56–1838).

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founder: Ganku (Japanese, 1756-1839)

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