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Hine Taizan

Japanese, 1813-1869

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Born as the third son of Hine Mataemon in Hine 日根郡中庄湊 (modern Sano Town, Izumi, Osaka prefecture 現泉佐野市). 同の豪商里井浮丘に画才を見出され、支援を受け若くして京都で学ぶ. As a youth he studied Tosa School painting, and later studied Nanga (literati) painting and calligraphy with Nukina Kaioku (1778-1863) and Okada Hankô (2783-2846). At age 29 he moved to Kyoto, where he became close friends with Yanagawa Seigan, a kanshi (Chinese poetry) poet; Fujimoto Tesseki (samurai and painter); and Nakanishi Kôseki (Nanga painter). Art names include: Taizan, Hine; Nineno Morinaga を盛長; Seigen 成言; Shōnen 小年; Bōkai 茅海; Dōrakuen 同楽園; Kinrinshi 錦林子

日根 対山(ひねたいざん)1813-1869

 文人画家。文化10年日根郡中庄湊(現泉佐野市)に生まれる。同の豪商里井浮丘に画才を見出され、支援を受け若くして京都で学ぶ。号は対山・芽海・錦林子・同楽園。初め岸和田藩狩野派絵師である桃田栄雲と知遇を得、、後に京都に出て貫名海屋に書画を学んだと言われているが、墓誌銘に「天賦の画才があり、誰に学ぶこともなく一家をなした」と書かれており詳細不明。山水画を得意とし幕末期の文人画の第一人者として活躍し多くの作品を遺した。 http://www.city.kishiwada.osaka.jp/soshiki/3/hineogawa.html accedssed 8/8/2013



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