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The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
A pair of screens Early Summer by the Lake, 1933
18th Teiten (Japan Art Academy Exhibition) 1931 (Showa 6)
The Japan Art Academy is the highest ranking artistic organisation in Japan and is an independent entity which promotes art and advises the Minister of Education on art related issues. It was founded in 1907 to provide quality standards for art exhibitions during the Meiji period. Until 1911 its exhibitions were called Bunten and it is known that Kahaku, as an adolescent, exhibited in at least one of these exhibitions. From 1911 the Bunten was renamed the Teiten and it was at the 18th Teiten that these panels were exhibited.
A Dictionary of Japanese Artists by Laurance P. Roberts Pub. New York 1976
|Height||172.00 cm||(67.72 inches)|
|Width||379.00 cm||(149.21 inches)|