Sansetsu was raised by the colony of Kano artists in Kyoto, and later adopted by the master Kano Sanraku, whose daughter he also married. He was leader of the Kano school from 1635 to his death. In addition, he wrote a five-volume history of Japanese painting, edited and published son in 1693.
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