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Lit. Landscape painting, a general term, usually applied only to works in the long western tradition of landscape by painters like Ruisdael or Poussin. Oriental compositions that depict mainly natural scenery or views, rather than concentrating on human figures or close-up objects, are called *sansuiga ŽR…‰æ. Thus Japanese landscapes produced from 18c (late Edo period) in the category of western-style painting *youfuuga —m•—‰æ and so influenced by western stylistic techniques and themes are termed fuukeiga. There is also a corpus of *ukiyo-e •‚¢ŠG style prints dating from the mid-18c and reaching a peak in the first half of the 19c by artists like Katsushika Hokusai Š‹ü–kÖ (1760-1849) and Utagawa Hiroshige ‰ÌìLd (also known as Andou ˆÀ“¡ Hiroshige, 1797-1858), called ukiyo-e fuukei hanga •‚¢ŠG•—Œi”ʼnæ.
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