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Okuda Gensou

History

Okuda Gensou

Fugakushuyou, Okuda Gensou
Hakureishuyou, Okuda Gensou

Fugakushuyou
Okuda Gensou
Lithograph
Landscape

Hakureishuyou
Okuda Gensou
Lithograph
Landscape


History

1912

Okuda Gensou was born in Hiroshima Prefecture.

1925

He became the pupil of Kodama Kibo.

1933

He escaped from Kodama Kibo.

1935

He was forgiven for becoming the pupil of Kodama Kibo again.

1936

He exhibited "Sannin No Josei (three women)" at the "Bunten" exhibition.

1946

He exhibited "Wakaba No Koro" at the "Nitten" exhibition.

1963

He was awarded the Japan Art Academy prize.

1973

He was appointed to the member of the Japan Art Academy.

1974

He took office to the managing director of the "Nitten".

1977

He took office to the chief director of the "Nitten".

1981

He was selected to the Person of Cultural Merits.

1984

He was given the Order of Culture.

1996

He completed the mural of the "Ginkaku-ji (Jisho-ji temple)" in Kyoto.

2003

He passed away at 90 years old.




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