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   Motonobu
   Kanō
   K. M. ; Kano Motonobū ;
   
   three sons, Shōei (1519-1592), Yusetsu (1514-1562), and Joshin
   1476 in Kano district, now: Shizuoka Prefecture
   1559
   Kyoto, Japan
   Kanō Masanobu, founder of the Kanō school of painting
   younger brother Yukinobu (1513-1575)
   member of the Kanō school of painting, trained by his father
   Japan
   Hosokawa Takakuni: commissioned Motonobu to paint a set of narrative handscrolls in 1513;
   Ashikaga government, members of the aristocracy; major Kyoto shrines & temples; shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa & his successors: Ashikaga Yoshitane,
   father, brother & three sons in a small Kanō workshop, northern Kyoto ;
   natural Kanga (Chinese-style ink painting)
   https://www.google.de/search?q=Kano+Motonobu
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kan%C5%8D_Motonobu
   Bénézit 7 1999: 691-2 ; Maurice Coyaud, L'Empire du regard – Mille ans de peinture japonaise (Paris 1981: 31, 141ff. & 158) ; Madeleine Paul-David in Encyclopéadia Universalis XI 1971 ;
   
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