Kurtisanen Takao.; NMG-1955-0254; I box ”Japanska träsnitt” Kiyonaga (notactors) Shigemasa; The Courtesan Takao.; Japan
- Visual arts
Eishōsai Chōki (Japanese: 栄松斎 長喜), also known as Momokawa Chōki, was a designer of ukiyo-e style Japanese woodblock prints who was active from about 1786 to 1808. He, along with Utamaro, was a pupil of Toriyami Sekien (1712–1788). Chōki is best known for his pictures of beautiful slender women, often with atmospheric backgrounds.Although he signed most of his works Chōki (長喜), he also signed some work Eishōsai (栄松斎) and Shikō (子興).