(1730 - 1781)
Soga Shohaku was active/lived in Japan. Soga Shohaku is known for monochrome ink painting on screens about Chinese legends.
Biography Soga Shohaku
Shohaku Soga (1730-1781) was a Japanese painter of the mid-Edo period who tried to revive the
brush-style drawing of the great masters of the Muromachi period
(1338–1573). He excelled in ink monochrome portraits, which he made with
powerful brushwork using broad strokes.