A Hundred Views
of the Moon

prints 1-100
Thumbnails 1-50
Thumbnails 51-100

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Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) is a pupil of Kuniyoshi's. The first designs of his popular Tsuki hyakushi (A Hundred Views of the Moon) are published in 1885. The subjects are taken from Indian and Chinese legends, famous musicians and poets, and heroes of classic novels and plays.
This is a complete online reference for collectors and lovers of the Moon Series. Do you have a question? Do you want to use any of the copyrighted material? Do you want to be a contributing author? Contact us at yoshitoshi at verwoerd dot info
Selected Links:
  • Yoshitoshi in Wikipedia
  • Hotei Japanese Prints Leiden
  • Degener Meerbusch
  • Japanese Gallery London
  • Rozali'Art Gallery Paris
  • Contact us at the above email address if you regularly offer high quality Yoshitoshi prints, and your site should be mentioned here.
    *) John Stevenson: Yoshitoshi's One Hundred Aspects of the Moon, Hotei Publishing, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2001, ISBN 90-74822-42-8. We follow Stevenson's numbering.