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Hayami Gyoshu

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    New Leaves1915 125.0×81.0 cm
    This painting filled with new leaves budding from treetops of all types transmits well the feeling of the artist. The work is filled with a freshness that is almost unthinkable for something executed early in the Taisho period (1910‐1926).

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Hayami Gyoshu

1894‐1935
Hayami Gyoshu was born in Tokyo. He entered a private art school, Angado Gajuku, sponsored by Matsumoto Fuko, where he improved his skills by replicating classical Japanese/Oriental paintings. He later participated in Koji-kai, after being accepted by Imamura Shiko, and he regarded Shiko as his mentor throughout his life. In 1914, he formed Sekiyo-kai, an art organization, with Shiko and Omoda Seiju. After the dissolution of the organization, he released works for the Inten Exhibitions. He always sought new ways of expression, and ultimately made a great mark in the art world.