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* ''Other name: Hôkyô''
 
* ''Other name: Hôkyô''
 
* ''Distinction: Painter''
 
* ''Distinction: Painter''
* ''Japanese'': 長谷川等伯 ''(Hasegawa Touhaku)''
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* ''Japanese'': [[長谷川]] 等伯 ''(Hasegawa Touhaku)''
    
Tôhaku was born at Nanao in [[Noto province]], and adopted into a Hasegawa family of cloth-dyers. After painting a number of Buddhist-influenced works in his native Noto, and the death of his adoptive parents, he moved to Kyoto around [[1571]] and took up residence at Kyôgôin, a sub-temple of [[Honpoji|Honpôji]].
 
Tôhaku was born at Nanao in [[Noto province]], and adopted into a Hasegawa family of cloth-dyers. After painting a number of Buddhist-influenced works in his native Noto, and the death of his adoptive parents, he moved to Kyoto around [[1571]] and took up residence at Kyôgôin, a sub-temple of [[Honpoji|Honpôji]].
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