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. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. 12. Part 4. P. 16-20.
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Aleinikova Zhanna Sergeevna
Ilya Repin St. Petersburg State Academic Institute for Painting, Sculpture and Architecture

Abstract. The article discusses Katsushika Hokusais role in the formation of surimono art, one of the most mysterious and technically complicated genres of woodblock printing. The author identifies surimono typical features in the works of Hokusais followers. For the first time the paper examines in the Russian language some prints from foreign collections. Surimono art, including in Hokusais creative work, is insufficiently investigated, therefore the relevance of the subject is undoubted. The author concludes on the special importance and role of surimono in the development history of Japanese print ukiyo-e.
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