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Uragami Gyokudō [Uragami Hitsu; Ki Tasuku; Gyokudō, Ryosai]locked

(b Ikeda, Bizen Province [now Okayama Prefect.], 1745; d Kyoto, 1820).
  • Stephen Addiss

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Japanese Musician, painter, poet and calligrapher. Although he was more famous in his lifetime as a musician and little appreciated as an artist, Gyokudō has come to be considered one of Japan’s great painters in the literati painting tradition (Jap. Bunjinga or Nanga; see Japan, §VI, 4, (vi), (d)...

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