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Harunobu

[hahr-oo-noh-boo; Japanese hah-roo-naw-boo] /ˌhɑr ʊˈnoʊ bu; Japanese ˈhɑ rʊˈnɔ bʊ/
noun
1.
Suzuki
[soo-zoo-kee] /sʊˈzu ki/ (Show IPA),
1720?–70, Japanese painter and printmaker.
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  • He is not to be confused with the Masunobu who was Harunobu's pupil.

    Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke
  • Harunobu's work before the year 1764 is relatively unimportant.

    Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke
  • Harunobu's work is among the most highly prized in the whole list.

    Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke
  • Susuki Harushige is reported to have been the son and pupil of Harunobu.

    Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke
  • Shiba Kokan has already been mentioned as the forger of Harunobu's work.

    Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke
  • Komai Yoshinobu did work in the style of Harunobu during the seventies.

    Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke
  • Fujinobu worked in the manner of Harunobu in the early seventies.

    Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke
  • Harunobu's influence, manifest in Plate 22, brought him grace but not sweetness.

    Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke
  • In one print he gives us figures like those of Koriusai; in another he follows Harunobu with the most complete exactness.

    Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke
  • The other was the school of Harunobu, whose gracious designs of women were the most novel productions of the period.

    Chats on Japanese Prints Arthur Davison Ficke

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