At the age of 14, he studied painting under his distant relative Yoshikuni I (a grandson and disciple of Kuniyoshi), and at the age of 16, he moved to Kyoto to work under Yoshikuni II. At the age of 16, he moved to Kyoto to work under the tutelage of the second Yoshikuni, and some of Yoshimitsu's skills as an ukiyoe artist can be seen in his seven-panel woodblock print "Kyoraku Meisho" (Kyoto's Famous Places), which was published in 1930. Vigneau liked Yoshimitsu and wanted to invite him to France, but Yoshikuni, not wanting to let him go, hastened to marry Yoshimitsu and his eldest daughter. This exhibit is one of a set of seven woodblock prints from the above-mentioned "Kyoraku Meisho" (Kyoto's Famous Places) book. This woodblock print collection was released in limited quantities and there are not many of them available, so there is no doubt that this is a very rare item.Fright companies are closed on Weekends. International Buyers - Please Note. Thank you for your understanding.