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English: Uragami Gyokudō (浦上玉堂 1745, Kamogata, Okayama - October 10, 1820) was a Japanese musician, painter, poet and calligrapher. In his lifetime, he was best known as a player of the Chinese seven-string zither, the guqin, but people came to appreciate his paintings after his death. His works feature strong brushwork, often in patterns of strokes that build up a strong rhythm, and they reflect his musical compositions in relying on a limited number of possbilities that build up to powerful compositions. After working as a samurai for the Ikeda daimyo, he left his position for ideological reasons to devote himself to travel and the arts. He named his sons ""Spring Qin" and "Autumn Qin." Gyokudō was expert in calligraphy, featuring clerical and running scripts, and he was a fine poet in Chinese. (→Uragami Gyokudō)
Français : Uragami Gyokudō, de son vrai nom: Uragami Hitsu, autre pseudonyme: Kumpo, nom de pinceau: Gyokudō et Gyokudō-Kinshi, nom familier: Heiyemon, né en 1745 à Bizen (Préfecture d'Okayama), mort en 1820. Japonais. Peintre de paysages. Dessinateur. (→Uragami Gyokudō)
日本語: 浦上玉堂（うらかみ ぎょくどう、 延享2年（1745年） - 文政3年9月4日（1820年10月10日））は、江戸時代の文人画家。名は孝弼（たかすけ）。字は君輔（きんすけ）、通称は兵右衛門。35歳の時、「玉堂清韻」の銘のある中国伝来の七弦琴を得て「玉堂琴士」と号した。父は宗純。 (→浦上玉堂)
Nederlands: Uragami Gyokudo (浦上玉堂 Uragami Gyokudō; Asakuchi, 1745 - Kobe, 10 oktober 1820) was een Japanse kunstschilder. (→Uragami Gyokudo)
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