Sumio GOTO

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Fuji, lithograph by Sumio GOTOFuji
Yangtze River, lithograph by Sumio GOTOYangtze River
Snow at Ginkakuji Temple, lithograph by Sumio GOTOSnow at Ginkakuji Temple
Nikko, lithograph by Sumio GOTONikko
Cherry Blossoms and Fuji, lithograph by Sumio GOTOCherry Blossoms and Fuji
Garden of Rokuon-ji Temple, lithograph by Sumio GOTOGarden of Rokuon-ji Temple
Spring, lithograph by Sumio GOTOSpring
Cherry Blossom, lithograph by Sumio GOTOCherry Blossom
Yamatoji, lithograph by Sumio GOTOYamatoji
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Biography of Sumio GOTO

Portrait of Sumio GOTO1930 - Japanese painter Sumio GOTO was born in Chiba Prefecture.
1946 - Became a pupil of Kyujin YAMAMOTO.
1949 - Became a pupil of Seihyo Tanaka.
1952 - Awarded his first prize at the 37th Reestablished Inten Exhibition.
1954 - Became the Inyu of the Japan Art Institute.
1962 - Received the Encouragement Prize, Hakuju Award and G Award at the 47th Reestablished Inten Exhibition.
1974 - Became the Dojin of the Japan Art Institute.
1976 - Awarded the Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts at the 61st Reestablished Inten Exhibition.
1986 - Became Emeritus Professor of the Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts Education College, China.
Won the Prime Minister Award at the 71st Reestablished Inten Exhibition.
1988 - Completed sliding screen paintings in the Koyasan Tokyo Branch Temple.
Became professor of Tokyo University of the Arts.
1993 - Completed sliding screen paintings in the Hasedera Temple.
1997 - Resigned as professor of Tokyo University of the Arts.
His private museum, GOTO SUMIO MUSEUM of ART was opened.
1999 - Completed sliding screen paintings in the Takahata Fudoson Kongo-ji Temple.
2006 - Awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette.
2016 - Became Emeritus Professor of Tokyo University of the Arts.
Sumio GOTO passed away at the age of 86.

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