Shunga produced in Edo tended to be more richly coloured than those produced in Kyoto and Osaka , mainly owing to a difference in aesthetic taste between these regions—Edo has a taste for novelty and luxury, while the kamigata region preferred a more muted, understated style.
Courtesans also form the subject of many shunga.
After most artists refrained from signing shunga works.
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While most shunga were heterosexual , many depicted male-on-male trysts.
After this edict, shunga went underground.
Description: He, like many artists of his time, tended to draw genital organs in an oversized manner, similar to a common shunga topos.