"Ukiyo-e print artist, pupil of Yoshiuma; in Osaka until 1868, when he moved to Tokyo." --from 'Images from the Floating World' by Richard Lane

"Yoshiyuki Nansui was born in Osaka and his style is typical for the Osaka printmaking school. The artist designed mainly kabuki prints, but also landscapes and so-called yokohama-e - images of Westerners from the enclave of Yokohama." --Artelino

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