Ikkei Ukita (aka Toyotom Kiminobu) does not have an image.
Fukko yamato-e painter. Born and lived in Kyoto. Pupil of Tanaka Totsugen. A loyalist, made a speech questioning the future of Japan and was imprisoned by the shogunate. Served as artist to the imperial court, painting the manners and customs of his day. Also a poet and calligrapher. Much of his work shows a conscious revival of Kamakura style, but there is also some done in a free and sketchy manner. -- Roberts, L. Dictionary of Japanese Artists (1980)