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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 1900, in Tokyo.

Painter.

Kongo Abe spent time in France when Surrealism was emerging. The movement had a great influence on him and he introduced Surrealist ideas to Japan on his return.

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 1913, in Niigata.

Painter.

Nobuya Abe was self-taught. He was one of the founders of the Bunka Kyokai (Art Culture Association). Although traditional in origin, his painting evolved into informal abstraction. His work has been represented in numerous exhibitions throughout the world, including the São Paulo Biennale in ...

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 1877; died 1956.

Painter.

In the exhibition of Japanese art organised by the Jeu de Paume Museum in Paris in 1929, Shunpo Abe’s work was included in the entitled Contemporary Classical School rather than the traditional Japanese painting section.

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Ado  

Japanese, 20th century, male.

Active in France since 1962.

Born 23 December 1936, in Tokyo; died 1994, in Paris.

Painter, screen printer.

Ado was the son of Sato Kei. In 1960 he graduated from Keio University, Tokyo, majoring in the history of aesthetics. He went to Paris in ...

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Painter.

Agikuchi exhibited two paintings at the 1933 Salon des Tuileries in Paris.

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Ai Xuan  

Chinese, 11th century, male.

Born in Nanjing.

Painter. Flowers, animals.

Ai Xuan specialised in flowers and birds and was a member of the academy of painting during the reign of Emperor Shenzong (1068-1085).

Beijing (NM): Aubergines and Cabbages (signed work)

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Ai Xuan  

Chinese, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 1947, in Jinhua (Zhejiang).

Painter. Scenes with figures, figures, landscapes.

Ai Xuan was the son of the poet Ai Qing and grew up in a cultured environment, which left its stamp on him. He began his artistic studies at the central preparatory school of fine arts in Beijing in ...

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 24 June 1907, in Hiroshima Prefecture; died 19 January 1946, in Shanghai.

Painter. Figures.

When Ai Mitsu enrolled at the Tensai school of fine arts (Tensai Gajuku) in Osaka in 1923 he took the name Aikawa Mitsuro, from which he derived his artist name Ai Mitsu. In ...

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Aigai  

Japanese, 19th century, male.

Born 1796, in Shimotsuke; died 1843.

Painter. Landscapes.

Nanga School.

After studying under Buncho (1763-1840) Aigai travelled through Japan. He settled in Kyoto but would later move to Edo (Tokyo) which became his preferred domicile. He was greatly influenced by Yi Fukyu and Ike no Taiga and mainly painted landscapes....

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 1939, in Tokyo.

Print artist, painter, draughtsman, collage artist.

Aigasa Masayoshi graduated from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 1962 and has been a member of the Japan Print Association since 1969. Aigasa’s style, which derives from fantasy art, is characterised by meticulous drawing. His series ...

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Aimi  

Japanese, 9th – 10th century, male.

Active in Kyoto 9th-10th century.

Painter. Religious subjects.

Aimi was the son and pupil of Kose no Kanaoka, the founder of the Kose school, and a member of the imperial bureau of painting. Like his father he painted mainly Buddhist subjects as well as imaginary scenes....

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Aiseki  

Japanese, 19th century, male.

Active at the beginning of the 19th century.

Born probably 1837, in Kishu.

Painter. Landscapes.

Nanga School.

Aiseki was a pupil of Kaiseki.

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 1904, in Okayama.

Painter. Animals.

Sanei Akabori was a member of the Japan Art Society.

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Active in France.

Born 3 January 1934, in Okayama.

Painter, watercolourist. Nudes, cityscapes.

Kojiro Akagi graduated in science from Okayama University. He settled in Paris in 1963 where he studied with Brianchon and Matthey at the École des beaux-arts. He won a gold medal at the Salon des Artistes Français in ...

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 1878; died 1953.

Painter, print artist.

First Thursday Society.

Akamatsu Rinsaku was a member of the First Thursday Society, a group of print artists founded by Onchi Koshiro. His painting Night Train (1902), painted at a time when the railway was assuming increasing importance in Japan, made his name. He was included in the exhibition ...

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 1922, in Hokkaido.

Painter, print artist, lithographer.

Hiroshi Akana was a pupil of Inokuma Gen-Ichiro at the college of industrial arts in Tokyo. He began to exhibit in 1946 and took part in several Tokyo Biennales. He became a member of Shinseisa Ku, a group begun by his mentor. He became a teacher at the University of Chiba. He took American nationality....

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Active in Brazil from 1933.

Born 1918, in Kochi.

Painter, draughtsman.

Seibi group.

Mario Masato Aki studied design in Osaka. He was a member of the Seibi group, in whose exhibitions he took part. From 1933 he made his home in Brazil where he was appointed to the post of professor at the Brazilian academy of Japanese culture....

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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Born 1899, in Tokyo.

Painter.

Setsuro Akimoto was a pupil at the Kawabata School of Painting. He studied under Matsuoka Eijyu and the portrait artist Ito Shinsui. He was a member of Jitsugetsu Sha and showed his work in official exhibitions....

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Japanese, 20th century, female.

Born 1908, in Shizuoka; died 2001.

Painter.

Fuku Akino was a pupil of Ishii Rinkyo. She exhibited her work in the Tokyo Biennale and also in Sozo Bijutsu Kyokai and Shinseisaku Kyokai. She became a teacher at Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music. Her subjects and technique are in the pure traditional style of Japanese painting. Both traditional and so-called Western art coexisted in her teaching and her practice....

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Patrick Conner

English painter, engraver, draughtsman and museum official. The son of a coachbuilder, he was apprenticed to Julius Caesar Ibbetson before enrolling in 1784 at the Royal Academy Schools, London. In 1792 he accepted the post (previously declined by Ibbetson) of draughtsman to George, 1st Earl Macartney, on his embassy to China. As the embassy returned by inland waterway from Beijing to Canton, Alexander made detailed ...