Soga Shohaku

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Soga Shôhaku was an eccentric painter of the mid-Edo period. He is known for his distinctive painting style, in emulation of Muromachi period ink painting.

Shôhaku claimed to be a 10th-generation descendant (or tenth-generation down a master-student lineage) of Soga Jasoku, but is believed to have had no actual connection.[1]


  1. Gallery labels, Metropolitan Museum of Art.[1]
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