Kajita Hanko
Kajita Hanko (1870-1917) was a Japanese-style painter from Tokyo, a pupil of Nabeta Gyokuei. After a halt by disease, he got back his motivation to be a painter, and learned Chinese-style painting from Ishii Teiko, then self-educated ancient painting. Not only being a popular painter who handled a lot of illustration for novels, he also worked hard to instruct young painters.