This artist's real name was Kiichiro KIKUCHI. Apparently Otatsu, the wife of Hiroshige III and the step daughter of Hiroshige I, and Seifu Shimizu wanted him to be Hiroshige IV. Kikuchi family had close relationship with Ando (Hiroshige) family. He made woodblock prints early in his art career; but later, he became a calligrapher. He authored book about ukiyo-e, "Ehon Edo Fuzoku Orai" Toyo-bunko, in 1965.
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