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INDEX

    • Okio, Maruyama, 47, 59
    • Okumura, see Masanobu
    • Omi (province), 193
    • Omiyo, 173, 179
    • Oteru, 173
    • Otoku, 161
    • Oxidisation of orange-red, 107
    • Oyei, 173, 174
    • Paris, Louvre, Grandidier collection, 21; Musée Guimet, 21; Bibliothèque Nationale, 21; private collections, 21
    • Perspective, 116, 117, 189
    • Poetesses, 176, 178
    • Poets, 176, 178; fifty, 110, 178; hundred, 113, 188, 192; six, 148, 149, 160; thirty-six, 113, 166
    • Polychrome printing, 13-15, 95-99
    • Primitives, 62
    • Raito, see Taito
    • Rankokusai, 141
    • Ranzan (writer), 168
    • Rat, year of the, 17
    • Riogoku Bridge, 159
    • Riokin (priest), 49
    • Riu (school), 33
    • Riusen, Ishikawa, 51
    • Ronin, the faithful, 149, 167, 174, 187, 188
    • Sadaharu, Akiyama, 90
    • Sadahide, 179
    • Sakakibara (writer), 86
    • Sandarahoshi (poet), 152
    • Sanraku, Kano, 43
    • Sansetsu, 43, 45
    • Satow, 20 n, 86
    • Schools (riu), 33
    • Sekigahara, battle of, 42
    • Sekiyen, Toriyama, 139, 140, 152
    • Sembonzakura (drama), 112
    • Senkwado (Shigenaga), 89
    • Sericulture, 113, 149
    • Sesshu, 39
    • Settan, Hasegawa, 184
    • Sharaku, Toshusai, 155, 156
    • Shigemasa, Kitao, 104, 108
    • Shigenaga, Nishimura, 80, 87, 88-92, 96
    • Shigenobu, Nishimura, 79
    • Shigenobu, Yanagawa, 166, 173, 179
    • Shijo school, 47
    • Shikimaro, 154
    • Shiko, 183
    • Shinsai, 182
    • Shinsui, Katsukawa, 69, 111
    • Shobei (Kiyonobu), 70
    • Shobei, Isoda (Koriusai), 105
    • Shogun (generalissimo), 19, 36, 50
    • Shoki (devil-queller), 146
    • Shonosuke (Kiyomine), 130
    • Shotei (Hokuju), 180
    • Shubun, Soga, 38
    • Shugetsu, 39
    • Shumman, see Summan
    • Shunboku, Ooka, 56, 83
    • Shuncho, Koikawa, 153
    • Shunkei, Mori, 183
    • Shunki, 117
    • Shunko, Katsukawa, 117
    • Shunko II., Katsukawa (Shunsen), 181
    • Shunman, see Summan
    • Shunro (Hokusai), 164, 165
    • Shunsen, 181
    • Shunsho, Katsukawa, 69, 110-115, 129
    • Shunsui, Miyagawa, 69, 100
    • Shuntei, 182
    • Shuntoku, Katsukawa, 117
    • Shunyei, Katsukawa, 117, 153, 181
    • Shunyen, Katsukawa, 117
    • Shunzan, Katsukawa, 129
    • Shuzan, Sakurai, 6, 56
    • Siebold, 20, 169 n.
    • Society of the Flower Hats, 17
    • Sogakudo, see Sugakudo
    • Soji, 165
    • Sojun, Yamaguchi, 131
    • Sori (Hokusai), 165 and n.
    • Sori, Hishikawa (Hokusai?), 165 and n.
    • Sori, Tawaraya, 165
    • Sosen, Mori, 47
    • Sotan, 38
    • Sotatsu, 45
    • Sozu, Yeshin, 34
    • Strange, Edward, 27
    • Street-dancers, by Hokusai, 172
    • Style (ye), 33
    • Sugakudo, 193
    • Suiko Den (tales of robbers), 168, 176, 178, 188
    • Sukenobu, Nishikawa, 80
    • Sukenori, Yeinō Kano, 80
    • Sumida (river), 126, 159, 176, 181, 186
    • Sumiyoshi-riu, 37
    • Summan, Kubo, 127
    • Sun-goddess, 175
    • Super-impression of colours, 93
    • Surimono (print), 14, 16, 98
    • Taigo (Shogun Hideyoshi), 42
    • Taira (Heike), 36