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JAPANESE WOOD ENGRAVINGS

Shunrō, who worked for a time in the atelier of Shunshō, became known later to all the world as Hokusai.

The principal contemporary and independent workers with Shunshō,

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Fig. 14.–Falcon. From a picture by the Chinese Emperor, Hwei Tsung (12th century). Engraved in the Wa-Kan mei-gwa yen (1749).

in addition to Kiyonaga and Harunobu, were Utagawa Toyonobu, Koriusai, Kitawo Shigémasa, Utagawa Toyoharu, and Toriyama Sékiyen Toyofusa. Kitawo Shigémasa is best known for his attractive drawings