[hahr-oo-noh-boo; Japanese hah-roo-naw-boo]
- Su·zu·ki [soo-zoo-kee] /sʊˈzu ki/, 1720?–70, Japanese painter and printmaker.
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He is not to be confused with the Masunobu who was Harunobu's pupil.
Harunobu's work before the year 1764 is relatively unimportant.
Harunobu's work is among the most highly prized in the whole list.
Susuki Harushige is reported to have been the son and pupil of Harunobu.
Shiba Kokan has already been mentioned as the forger of Harunobu's work.