Hokusai









Hokusai


Hokusai [hoh-kuh-sahy, hoh-kuh-sahy; Japanese haw-koo-sahy] Examples noun

  1. Ka·tsu·shi·ka [kah-tsoo-shee-kah] /ˈkɑ tsʊˈʃi kɑ/, 1760–1849, Japanese painter and illustrator.

Examples from the Web for hokusai Historical Examples of hokusai

  • Almost every student of Hokusai passes through three stages.

    Chats on Japanese Prints

    Arthur Davison Ficke

  • Much it borrowed from tradition; but the flavour was Hokusai’s.

    Chats on Japanese Prints

    Arthur Davison Ficke

  • The prints of Hiroshige and Hokusai generally undergo no change.

    Chats on Japanese Prints

    Arthur Davison Ficke

  • Others will be mentioned later as pupils of Hokusai or as landscape-painters.

    Chats on Japanese Prints

    Arthur Davison Ficke

  • Some of Hokusai’s pupils excelled their master in this form.

    Chats on Japanese Prints

    Arthur Davison Ficke

  • British Dictionary definitions for hokusai Hokusai noun

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

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