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Oda Kanchô

Japanese, 1889-1961


Details
Born

1889

Died

1961

Occupation or Type

printmaker

painter

Bio

Kanchô lived in Katase, Kanagawa prefecture, to the southwest of Tokyo. He was a well-known Nihonga painter and participated in virtually every major government-sponsored exhibition from 1915 to 1943.

Gender

Male

Terms

artist Taishô shinkasai mokuhangashû (Collection of Woodblock Prints of the Taishô Earthquake), 1924

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