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Hayami Gyoshu

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About Hayami Gyoshu


Heibaizu, Hayami Gyoshu
Botan, Hayami Gyoshu

Heibaizu
Hayami Gyoshu
Woodcut
Flower

Botan
Hayami Gyoshu
Woodcut
Flower



Haruchion, Hayami Gyoshu

Haruchion
Hayami Gyoshu
Woodcut
Others


History

1894

Hayami Gyoshu was born in Tokyo. His true name is Maita Eiichi.

1908

He studied under Matsumoto Fuko.

1914

He was appointed to the "Inyu" of The Art Institute.

1917

He was appointed to the "Dojin" of The Japan Art Institute.

1935

On March 20, he passed away at 41 years old.



About Hayami Gyoshu

Hayami Gyoshu was born the son of a pawnbroker in Asakusa, Tokyo. When he was at fourteen years old, he entered the Angado Painting School, where he learned the basics of traditional painting styles. Eventually, he became the pupil of Imamura Shiko, an older student at the school. He absorbed all the techniques of Nan-ga and Yamato-e and developed his own personal style. Afterward, he tried a number of different approaches including detailed realism and a symbolic, decorative style. He boldly continued to experiment with new styles until his early death at age 40.



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