Hirose Harutaka 広瀬春孝 (1870-?)
Sources: Osaka Prefectural Library https://www.library.pref.osaka.jp/nakato/shotenji/01_meish.html [accessed 10-26-2023]and as footnoted
Hirose was born in Sumiyama-cho Osaka with the given name Fūsai 楓斎 and it is recorded that he resided in Minami kyūhōji machi in Osaka. A student of Hayashi Motoharu (1858-1903), he worked in a similar style to his teacher and he designed for both woodblock and lithograph prints. His primary extant works are designs for meisho-e (prints of famous places), creating at least six sets/series of meisho-e between the year 1896 and 1903, including Famous Places in Tokyo 東京名所; Famous Places in Kamakura 鎌倉名所; Famous Place in Osaka 大阪名所 1898; Famous Places in Ise 伊勢名所; Famous Places in Sanuki 讃岐名所; Famous Places in Sakai 阪堺名所 and Famous Place in Kōya 高野名所. In addition to designing scenes of "famous places", he produced designs for fan prints, as shown below, and hikifuda (advertisements) for various businesses, as also show below.
The "World Artists BlueBook", lists the artist under his family name, Hirose Fūsai 廣瀬楓斎 and while they note that he is a nihonga (Japanese-style) painter, I can find no extant nihonga works attributed to him.1
1 Artis Japan.net http://artisjapan.net/default.asp?action=-1&koku=nasi&bun=nasi&nam=%8D%EC%89%C6%96%BC&kensaku=%82%D0*&bukkoflag=0&page=41