Publisher: Nishinomiya Shinroku (西宮新六)

Alternate names:
Gangetsudō (firm name - 翫月堂)
Shunshōken (firm name - 春松軒)

Lifetime: circa 1762 - 1829

Related links: Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst, Vienna - Eizan examples; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - Harunobu example;


Edo publisher (Marks 392). Artists published by this house include Harunobu, Hokusai, Kiyomitsu I, Kiyoshige, Kiyotsune, Kuninao, Kunisada, Shigemasa II, Shigenobu, Shunkō II, Toyokun I, Utamaro.

[The only artist published by this house represented in the Lyon Collection is Kunisada. His name is highlighted in bold type.]


Nishinomiya Shinroku's gyōji censor seal appears on some of the prints published between 1811-14. Above is a link to the Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst in Vienna showing an Eizan print with his seal toward the bottom. It is there, but is almost unreadable. It is paired with the more generic kiwame seal as it was at this period with all of the other censors.