Yoshitoshi Tsukioka (1839-1892)
The son of a merchant, Yoshitoshi studied under Kuniyoshi. He began producing works in 1853; just in time for the upheavals in JApanese society that led to the Meiji "Restoration", and the rapid introduction of Westernization. His work is brilliant and flamboyant, and shows signs of his mental instability. Probably his most famous works are from the "100 Aspects of the Moon".