The fourth print appearing in Volume 3 of Gishi taikan, edited by Fukumoto Nichinan.
Tamaya Shunki 玉舎春輝 (1880-1947)*
Tamaya Shunki was born in Takayama, Gifu Prefecture. Born into a farming family, he was adopted by the Tamaya family, who had a pottery business. Moving to Kyoto, he first studied under Hara Zaisen 原在泉 (1849-1916), then under Yamamoto Shunkyo 山元春挙 (1871-1933). He first exhibited at the government sponsored Bunten in 1909, being awarded a prize at the 1913 Bunten. A member of the Kyoto Bijutsu Kyōkai, an organization which had a major influence in the art world in the Kyoto area, he was also a founding member of the Nihon Jiyū Gadan (Japan Independent Painting Group), founded in 1919 in opposition to the government sponsored Teiten. He visited China in 1921 and 1924 and exhibited at various venues in Japan into the 1940s including at the 1940 2600th Anniversary Celebratory Art Exhibition 紀元2600年奉祝美術展.
*1946 and 1948 are also shown as dates of the artist's death by various sources
Sources: A Dictionary of Japanese Artists: Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics, Prints, Lacquer, Laurance P. Roberts, Weatherhill, 1976 , p. 172; https://yuagariart.com/uag/gifu18/