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Tessai Tomioka
Seiho Takeuchi
Shunkyo Yamamoto
Gyokudo Kawai
Shunso Hishida
Shoen Uemura
Kiyotaka Kaburagi
Kokei Kobayashi
Kansetsu Hashimoto
Ryushi Kawabata
Yukihiko Yasuda
Seison Maeda
Hako Irie
Bakusen Tsuchida
Kagaku Murakami
Shimei Terashima
Gyoshu Hayami
Shinsui Ito
Kayo Yamaguchi
Ikuo Hirayama
Rosanjin Kitaoji
Kanjiro Kawai
Denchu Hiragushi
Yoshio Hayashi
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Gyokudo Kawai
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"Moonlit Evening"
1913
A fisherman and his children hurrying down the road home are bathed in the light of the moon on an autumn evening.
The painting shows a peaceful view of nature and can be said to bring together very nicely Gyokudo KAWAI's gentle disposition.
It is a work filled with pastoral mood.
Image Kawai Gyokudo:
Born in Aichi Prefecture in 1873. Gyokudo was recognized as a great painter from his childhood and joined the Nihon Bijutsuin upon its establishment in 1898. He was appointed to the judging committee when the Bunten Exhibition was established in 1872. After World War II, he moved to Tama City, Tokyo, where he devoted himself to painting until his death.
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