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File:The Strong Oi Pouring Sake.jpg


English: A portrait by Hokusai of his daughter, Oi. Presumably the title is a pun on her art name, which was Sakae.
日本語: 北斎の娘、三女の 葛飾応為(かつしか おうい)。
- 画中の酒樽には「大ゐ」(おおい)の文字もあり、父・北斎が描いたとされるこの絵図は、酒(さけ)と彼女の俗名、栄(さかえ)とを掛けた 洒落絵とみられる。 ちなみに応為は不美人で顎が出ていたため北斎はしばしば娘を「アゴ、アゴ」などと呼んでいたといわれている。 この絵では顎は隠れている。
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English: Hokusai
日本語: 葛飾北斎


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