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[[File:Harunobu Courtesan snow dog .jpg|250px|right|link=Harunobu, Courtesan Watching Two Kamuro Make a Snow Dog (21.4463)|Courtesan Watching Two Kamuro Make a Snow Dog by Suzuki Harunobu]]
 
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I did also think about adding a biography to separate this area but I'm not sure I want to go there in creating a biography...and there will be artist where nothing is known and we won't have much to put up. What might be a good alternative is to have the actual analyzed print images up as a gallery.
  
 
Note: this text is directly from Wikipedia.  I just put it here to see if the page would look better with some text between the two titles)
 
Note: this text is directly from Wikipedia.  I just put it here to see if the page would look better with some text between the two titles)
  
 
Suzuki Harunobu was a Japanese designer of woodblock print art in the Ukiyo-e style. He was an innovator, the first to produce full-color prints (nishiki-e) in 1765, rendering obsolete the former modes of two- and three-color prints. Harunobu used many special techniques, and depicted a wide variety of subjects, from classical poems to contemporary beauties.
 
Suzuki Harunobu was a Japanese designer of woodblock print art in the Ukiyo-e style. He was an innovator, the first to produce full-color prints (nishiki-e) in 1765, rendering obsolete the former modes of two- and three-color prints. Harunobu used many special techniques, and depicted a wide variety of subjects, from classical poems to contemporary beauties.
 
[[Category:Ukiyo-e Print Colorant Database]]
 

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Courtesan Watching Two Kamuro Make a Snow Dog by Suzuki Harunobu

I did also think about adding a biography to separate this area but I'm not sure I want to go there in creating a biography...and there will be artist where nothing is known and we won't have much to put up. What might be a good alternative is to have the actual analyzed print images up as a gallery.

Note: this text is directly from Wikipedia. I just put it here to see if the page would look better with some text between the two titles)

Suzuki Harunobu was a Japanese designer of woodblock print art in the Ukiyo-e style. He was an innovator, the first to produce full-color prints (nishiki-e) in 1765, rendering obsolete the former modes of two- and three-color prints. Harunobu used many special techniques, and depicted a wide variety of subjects, from classical poems to contemporary beauties.