Kayo YAMAGUCHI

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Sunflower, lithograph by Kayo YAMAGUCHISunflower
Early Morning, lithograph by Kayo YAMAGUCHIEarly Morning
Fine Autumn Day, woodcut by Kayo YAMAGUCHIFine Autumn Day
Red Peony, lithograph by Kayo YAMAGUCHIRed Peony
Red and White Peonies, woodcut by Kayo YAMAGUCHIRed and White Peonies
Black Flower, woodcut by Kayo YAMAGUCHIBlack Flower
Arranged Camellias, woodcut by Kayo YAMAGUCHIArranged Camellias
Flowers and Cat, lithograph by Kayo YAMAGUCHIFlowers and Cat
Peaches, woodcut by Kayo YAMAGUCHIPeaches
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Biography of Kayo YAMAGUCHI

Portrait of Kayo YAMAGUCHI1899 - Japanese painter Kayo YAMAGUCHI was born in Kyoto Prefecture.
1912 - Became a pupil of Goun Nishimura.
1916 - Entered the Kyoto City Specialist School of Painting (now Kyoto City University of Arts). Awarded his first prize at the 10th Bunten Exhibition.
1919 - Entered the Chikujokai, the private school of Seiho TAKEUCHI.
1926 - Appointed to a teacher at the Kyoto City Specialist School of Painting.
1927 - Won the Special Award at the 8th Teiten Exhibition.
1928 - Won the Special Award at the 9th Teiten Exhibition.
1938 - Established the Shinchousha, his private school.
1942 - Became Professor of the Kyoto City Specialist School of Painting.
1950 - Appointed to the Councilor of the Nitten.
1956 - Awarded the Japan Art Academy Prize.
1971 - Appointed to the member of The Japan Art Academy.
1980 - Selected to the Person of Cultural Merits.
1981 - Given the Order of Culture.
1984 - Kayo YAMAGUCHI passed away at the age of 84.

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