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Ikeda Koson

Japanese, (1801–1866)
Ikeda Koson (池田 孤邨) was a Japanese painter. He moved to Edo and studied painting with Sakai Hōitsu (1761-1828). He created a series of paintings that are closely related to a set by Hoitsu depicting court festivals (gosekku), that were adapted from Chinese practices and celebrated in Japan since the Nara period.

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