Category:Takeuchi Seihō

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English: Takeuchi Seihō (20 December 1864 - 23 August 1942) was the pseudonym of a Japanese painter of the nihonga genre, active from the Meiji through the early Showa era. One of the founders of nihonga, his works spanned half a century and he was regarded as master of the prewar Kyoto circle of painters. His real name was Takeuchi Tsunekichi.
日本語: 竹内栖鳳

Takeuchi Seihō 
Japanese painter
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Date of birth20 December 1864
Date of death23 August 1942
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • Kyoto City University of Arts
  • Kyoto City University of Arts
Position held
  • Imperial Household Artist (18 December 1913 – )
Notable work
  • Rain over the city
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