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Matsuo Toshio

History
About Matsuo Toshio

Botan, Matsuo Toshio
Botan, Matsuo Toshio

Botan
Matsuo Toshio
Lithograph
Flowers

Botan
Matsuo Toshio
Lithograph
Flowers


History

1926

On March 9, Matsuo Toshio was born in Nagasaki Prefecture.

1943

He studied under Katayama Nanpu.

1951

He was appointed as the "Inyu" of The Japan Art Institute.

1966

At the 50th "Inten" exhibition, his artwork "HAISEN" won the Award of The Japan Art Institute.

1970

At the 55th "Inten" exhibition, his artwork "JUKAI" won the Award of The Japan Art Institute.

1971

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

1994

He was appointed to a member of The Japan Art Academy.



About Matsuo Toshio

Matsuo Toshio was born in Nagasaki Prefecture in1926, and grew up in Tokyo. As his older brothers were all fond of painting, he began to painting.
At age of seventeen, he became the pupil of Katayama Nanpu, and played an active part with the Inten exhibition as the main stage.
He presented a style to be called "the dark emotions" that featured the theme of death and uneasiness in the early days, but his artwork increased peacefulness from the time in 1973 and entered the world of the painting of flowers and birds naturally. The picture of the peony catches in particular the high evaluation.



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