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Kuniyoshi

[ koo-nee-yoh-shee; Japanese koo-nee-yaw-shee ]
/ ˌku niˈyoʊ ʃi; Japanese ˈku niˈyɔ ʃi /
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noun
Ya·su·o [yah-soo-aw], /yɑˈsu ɔ/, 1893–1953, U.S. painter, born in Japan.
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How to use Kuniyoshi in a sentence

  • Utagawa Kuniyoshi, born in 1798, was the best pupil of Toyokuni I, and an artist of more power than most of his contemporaries.

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