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Yamamoto Baiitsu [Yamamoto Shinryō; Baiitsu; Baika; Gyokuzen]locked

(b Nagoya, 1783; d Nagoya, 1856).
  • Patricia J. Graham

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Japanese painter . He was the son of a sculptor, who worked for the Owari clan. He probably first studied with Yamamoto Ranei, a minor Kanō school artist, who later switched to painting ukiyoe (‘pictures of the floating world’). Another possible early teacher was Yamada Kyūjō (...

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