Toriyama Sekien (鳥山 石燕?, 1712 – September 22, 1788) was an 18th-century scholar and ukiyo-e artist of Japanese folklore. He was the teacher of Utamaro and, before taking up printmaking, a painter of the Kanō school. Toriyama is most famous for his attempt to catalogue all species of yōkai in the Hyakki Yagyō series.
- The Illustrated Night Parade of A Hundred Demons (画図百鬼夜行?, published in 1776)
- The Illustrated One Hundred Demons from the Present and the Past (今昔画図続百鬼?, published in 1779)
- Supplement to The Hundred Demons from the Present and the Past (今昔百鬼拾遺?, published in 1780)
- The Illustrated Bag of One Hundred Random Demons (画図百鬼徒然袋?, published in 1784)
- Bridge of dreams: the Mary Griggs Burke collection of Japanese art, a catalog from The Metropolitan Museum of Art Libraries (fully available online as PDF), which contains material on Toriyama Sekien (see index)
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