Koichi NABATAME

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Rose, lithograph by Koichi NABATAMERose
Peony, lithograph by Koichi NABATAMEPeony
Mount Fuji and Cherry Blossoms, silkscreen by Koichi NABATAMEMount Fuji and Cherry Blossoms
Spring Day, lithograph by Koichi NABATAMESpring Day
Roses, lithograph by Koichi NABATAMERoses
Morning Glory, lithograph by Koichi NABATAMEMorning Glory
Cosmos, lithograph by Koichi NABATAMECosmos
Chrysanthemum, lithograph by Koichi NABATAMEChrysanthemum
Full‐blown Spring, silkscreen by Koichi NABATAMEFull‐blown Spring
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Biography of Koichi NABATAME

Portrait of Koichi NABATAME1933 - Japanese painter Koichi NABATAME was born in Ibaraki Prefecture.
1950 - Awarded his first prize at the 35th Inten Exhibition.
1972 - Became a pupil of Toshio MATSUO.
1984 - Exhibited his work "Usurebi" at the 69rd Inten Exhibition, and won the Japan Art Institute Award.
1990 - Became the "Dojin" of the Restored Japan Art Institute.
1995 - Received the Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts at the 80th Restored Inten Exhibition.
1999 - Received the Prime Minister Award at the 84th Restored Inten Exhibition.
2000 - Received the Japan Art Academy Award.
2002 - Appointed to the member of The Japan Art Academy.

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