Konoe Nobutada

Nov 23, 1565 - Dec 25, 1614

Konoe Nobutada was a Momoyama period Japanese courtier known as a poet, calligrapher, painter and diarist. Having no legitimate son, he adopted his nephew Nobuhiro as his heir. Other names he is known by are Nobumoto and Nobusuke in his early life, and Sanmyakuin, his title in his late period.
In Japanese calligraphy he is distinguished as one of the Kan'ei Sanpitsu or "Three Brushes of the Kan'ei period", named in imitation of the Heian period Sanpitsu.
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