Suzuki HARUNOBU (1724 - 1770) was a Japanese artist and printmaker who lived during the Edo period. He is considered one of the most influential ukiyo-e artists and is known for his innovative use of color in woodblock prints. Harunobu's prints often depicted scenes of daily life, including beautiful women, kabuki actors, and landscapes. He was particularly skilled at capturing the delicate beauty and grace of women, and his prints often featured intricate details and soft, pastel colors. Harunobu's work had a significant impact on the development of ukiyo-e and influenced many subsequent artists in the genre.