Kanaoka

Kanaoka

(känä`ōkä), fl. 2d half of 9th cent., Japanese landscape and figure painter, founder of the Kose school of painting. None of his works survives, but tradition says that he was the first Japanese painter to paint Japanese subject matter. He is also known as Kose no Kanaoka.
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Aoshima, S, Kanaoka, S, "A renaissance in living cationic polymerization.
Kanaoka Shoko, Ikeda On, and Fukui Fumimasa (Tokyo: Daito, 1983), 119-35.
Harada Toshiki, Kanaoka Akira, Okamoto Eiji y Kato Masahiko, Identifying Potentially-Impacted Area by Vulnerabilities in Networked Systems Using CVSS,2010 10th IEEE/IPSJ International Symposium on Applications and the Internet, 367-370, (2010).
This is an image taken from Yeats's lifelong fascination, with Japanese art, born specifically of a vividly recalled childhood encounter with a story of the ninth-century Japanese painter Kanaoka.
9-) Kato Y, Sano H, Kanaoka N, Hayakawa M, Iritani K, Katada K, Kanno T, Abe M.
Kanaoka M, Isogai S, Murakoshi M, Ichinoe M, Suzuki A, Tamura S (1978) Bassianolide, a new insecticidal cyclodepsipeptide from Beauveria bassiana and Verticillium lecanii.
The Kyogen Kanaoka treats two different components of this Noh category by means of a lovelorn couple, a (different) lovesick husband, and a deserted ugly wife.
Police found the body of Kyujiro Kanaoka lying on a futon bed at the family's home in Itami, western Japan, said a police spokesman.
Kanaoka Shuyu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Konkomyokyo no kenkyu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Tokyo: Daito shuppansha, 1980); Natalie Dawn Gummer, "Articulating Potency: A Study of the Suvarna- (pra)bhasottamasutra" (Ph.