Biography of Fumiko HORI
1918 - Japanese painter Fumiko HORI was born in Tokyo.
1936 - Entered an advanced course of Women's Vocational Art School (now Women's College of Fine Arts).
1940 - Graduated from an advanced course of Women's Vocational Art School (now Women's College of Fine Arts).
1948 - Exhibited at the 1st Sozo Bijutsu Exhibition, and won the Encouragement Award.
1952 - Awarded the 2nd Shoen UEMURA Prize.
1974 - Became a professor of Tama Art University.
1979 - Set up her atelier at Karuizawa.
1987 - Won the 36th Kanagawa Cultural Award. Set up her atelier at Arezzo, Italy.
1994 - Held a solo exhibition at the Narukawa Museum of Art.
2010 - Held a solo exhibition at the Hiratsuka Museum of Art.
2011 - Took an honorary doctorate of Women's College of Fine Arts.
2012 - Held a solo exhibition at the Shinano Museum of Art.
2014 - Completed the mural painting of passenger terminal building of the Fukushima Airport.
2019 - Fumiko HORI passed away at the age of 100.
Copyright 2006 - 2020 Japanese Painting Gallery All Rights Reserved.