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Perhaps inspired by the river in Sumida, Tokyo, where he was born, Katsushika Hokusai is renowned for his dynamic expressions of water, for which he utilized strong observational skills and a wide range of painting and printing techniques. Best-known for his woodblock prints, his work is still popular nearly 170 years after his death.

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