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BEGINNING OF WOOD-ENGRAVING

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Among the pupils and followers of Masanobu may be further mentioned: Kishigawa Katsumasa (illustrations in Hayashi Catalogue, No. 293). Ma(n)getsudo, by whom an excellent two-colour print of 1747 is known; illustration of a triptych of four women in the street in the Hayashi Catalogue,


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(From a book published in 1735).


No. 325; a two-colour print in large folio is in the library of the Berlin Kunstgewerbemuseum. Shuseido, coloured triptych with three women (Oeder Collection, Düsseldorf). An illustrated book by Okumura Bunshi Masafusa was published at Yedo in 1747.[1]

Finally, we must mention Nishimura Shigenobu as of this early period; he worked from 1728–40, and was probably

  1. Hayashi Cat., No. 1463.