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    Hanging Poems on a Cherry Tree by Toyonobu Ishikawa (1741) Ishikawa Toyonobu (石川 豊信, 1711 - July 1, 1785) was a Japanese ukiyo-e print artist. He is sometimes said to have been the same person as Nishimura Shigenobu, a contemporary ukiyo-e artist and student of Nishimura Shigenaga about whom very little is known.

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