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Mt. Fuji, silkscreen by Togyu OKUMURAMt. Fuji
Daigo, woodcut by Togyu OKUMURADaigo
Rabbit, lithograph by Togyu OKUMURARabbit
Castle, lithograph by Togyu OKUMURACastle
Naruto Strait, woodcut by Togyu OKUMURANaruto Strait
Cow, lithograph by Togyu OKUMURACow
Deer, woodcut by Togyu OKUMURADeer
Silver Tabby, woodcut by Togyu OKUMURASilver Tabby
Mt. Fuji from Fujinomiya, lithograph by Togyu OKUMURAMt. Fuji from Fujinomiya
Mount Fuji, silkscreen by Togyu OKUMURAMount Fuji
Nostalgia for Yoshino, woodcut by Togyu OKUMURANostalgia for Yoshino
Mount Fuji, lithograph by Togyu OKUMURAMount Fuji
Kikugoro, woodcut by Togyu OKUMURAKikugoro
Lotus, lithograph by Togyu OKUMURALotus
Double Cherry Blossoms, lithograph by Togyu OKUMURADouble Cherry Blossoms
Red and White Plum Blossoms, woodcut by Togyu OKUMURARed and White Plum Blossoms
Madder Red Mount Fuji, lithograph by Togyu OKUMURAMadder Red Mount Fuji
Mount Fuji, lithograph by Togyu OKUMURAMount Fuji
Yoshino, woodcut by Togyu OKUMURAYoshino
100th Anniversary Mt. Fuji, lithograph by Togyu OKUMURA100th Anniversary Mt. Fuji
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Biography of Togyu OKUMURA

Portrait of Togyu OKUMURA1889 - Japanese painter Togyu OKUMURA was born in Tokyo. His true given name was Yoshizo.
1905 - Entered Kajita Hanko Juku, a private painting school, and studied under Kokei KOBAYASHI.
1911 - Worked at the Ministry of Communication for five years.
1920 - Became a pupil of Kokei KOBAYASHI.
1927 - Exhibited his work "Kyuuribatake (Cucumber Field)" at the 14th Inten Exhibition, and awarded his first prize.
1929 - Exhibited his work "Hasuike (Lotus Pond)" at the 16th Inten Exhibition, and became the "Inyu" of the Japan Art Institute.
1932 - Became the "Dojin" of the Japan Art Institute.
1935 - Became a professor of the Department of Japanese-style painting of Imperial Art School (now Musashino Art University).
1936 - Awarded at the first Teiten Exhibition.
1947 - Became a member of the Imperial Art Academy.
1959 - Appointed to the Director of the Japan Art Institute.
1962 - Given the Order of Culture. Designated a Person of Cultural Merit.
1978 - Appointed to the chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Japan Art Institute.
1990 - Togyu OKUMURA passed away at the age of 101.

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