Fujiwara no Yukitsune (藤原行経)

FUJIWARA no Yukitsune (1012 - November 30, 1050) was a court noble and calligrapher who lived during the mid-Heian period. He was the third son of Dainagon (chief councillor of state) FUJIWARA no Yukinari. He was held the rank of Junii (junior second rank) and served as Sangi (councillor) and Hyobukyo (Minister of Hyobusho Ministry of Military). He was the second head of the Sesonji School of Japanese calligraphy.

Works attributed to FUJIWARA no Yukitsune
Koya-gire: There is a theory that the first type of this work was written by FUJIWARA no Yukitsune.

Shiika-gire
Roeishu-gire
Others