Tsunetaka (Tosa Tsunetaka) tōsä tso͞onātä´kä [key], fl. 12th cent., Japanese painter. He held the title of vice lord of Tosa, and later artists of the Tosa clan claimed him as the founder of their school, although there is no proof of any lineal relationship between them. No work of Tsunetaka remains today.
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