Hokusai


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Ho·ku·sai

 (hō′ko͝o-sī′, hō′ko͝o-sī′), Katsushika 1760-1849.
Japanese artist and printmaker who is remembered for his historical scenes and landscapes, including Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji (1826-1833).

Hokusai

(ˈhəʊkʊˌsaɪ; ˌhəʊkʊˈsaɪ)
n
(Biography) Katsushika (ˌkætsuːˈʃiːkə). 1760–1849, Japanese artist, noted for the draughtsmanship of his colour wood-block prints, which influenced the impressionists

Ho•ku•sai

(ˈhoʊ kʊˌsaɪ, ˌhoʊ kʊˈsaɪ)

n.
Katsushika, 1760–1849, Japanese artist.
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