(1753 - 1808)
Kano Yosen'in was active/lived in Japan. Kano Yosenin is known for painting.
Biography Kano Yosen'in
Kano Yosen'in, also known as Korenobu, was the sixth head of the official Kobikicho (Edo) workshop of the Kano school of painters. He was raised to the quasi-priestly rank of hogen (dharmic eye) in 1781 and attained the still more senior status of hoin (dharmic seal) in 1794.
He was a prolific artist and his works are in several Western public collections including the British Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston—famed for its holdings of the later Kano academy—which owns several paintings by him from the Weld and Bigelow collections (inv. nos. 11.4454-4458, 11.6845-4688 and 11.6851-6853).