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Kyōsai, called the “demon of painting” (Clark 1993), was probably the best known of Japanese humoristic artists. ) his prodigious drinking of sake (see Clark 1993, 17–18), Kyōsai painted everything from scrolls to fans, book illustrations, huge theater curtains, drawings for satirical newspapers, and picture lanterns for brothels. Early Asian Visual Humor and Narrative 20 Fig. 7. Acrobatic Way to Eat Fruits. From Hundred Pictures by Kyōsai. Kawanabe Kyōsai, 1863–1866. From Comic Genius: Kawanabe Kyōsai, exhibition catalogue (1996), 216.
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