Itō Shinsui 伊東深水 (1898-1972)
After the war Shinsui designed only a handful of prints, one of them ('Tresses', 1953) being published by the Japanese government which designated his skills as a print artist an 'Intangible Cultural Asset'. In 1958 he became a member of the Japanese Academy of Arts. His paintings include folding screens and albums as well as hanging scrolls, and he was equally at home on paper or silk, and in female subjects drawn from high or bourgeois life, the traditional dance forms, geishas, or the theatre.
Source: website of The British Museum https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/term/BIOG2245