Harunobu, Suzuki

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Shoki (Chinese: Zhong Kui), the demon queller, standing on a bridge
Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信
Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770
Shoki (Chinese: Zhong Kui), the demon queller, standing on a bridge, c. 1765/70
Daruma and a young woman in the rain
Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信
Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770
Daruma and a young woman in the rain, 1765
The Wrapper for the series "Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)"
Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信
Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770
The Wrapper for the series "Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)", c. 1766
The Evening Bell of the Clock (Tokei no bansho), from the series "Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)"
Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信
Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770
The Evening Bell of the Clock (Tokei no bansho), from the series "Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)", c. 1766
The Evening Glow of a Lamp (Andon no sekisho), from the series "Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)"
Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信
Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770
The Evening Glow of a Lamp (Andon no sekisho), from the series "Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)", c. 1766
A Courtesan Catching Her Attendant Sleeping
Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信
Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770
A Courtesan Catching Her Attendant Sleeping, c. 1766/68
The Autumn Moon in the Mirror (Kyodai no shugetsu), from the series "Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)"
Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信
Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770
The Autumn Moon in the Mirror (Kyodai no shugetsu), from the series "Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)", c. 1766
Returning Sails of the Towel Rack (Tenugui-kake no kihan), from the series "Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)"
Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信
Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770
Returning Sails of the Towel Rack (Tenugui-kake no kihan), from the series "Eight Views of the Parlor (Zashiki hakkei)", c. 1766
Woman Stepping Out with a Lantern
Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信
Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770
Woman Stepping Out with a Lantern, c. 1767/68
Courtesan and Her Child Attendant Playing with a Cat
Suzuki Harunobu 鈴木 春信
Japanese, 1725 (?)-1770
Courtesan and Her Child Attendant Playing with a Cat, c. 1768
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