Art@Site Tamako Kataoka Prints by Ukiyoe Masters of Edo

Tamako Kataoka


Prints by Ukiyoe Masters of Edo

Tsukijishijo Station
A masterpiece of a Japanese painter who is known for his bold composition and color works from Hokkaido "Ukiyo-e Masters of Edo - Ukiyo-e (Haruaki Ukiyo-e)",
"Nagasaki Reformed Three Generations Toyokuni" Public art expanded and duplicated on art ceramic board.
It is directing the atmosphere of the Edo period. Using high-pressure glaze data as high as 30,000 colors, it realized precise representation of folding screen pictures.

Production; Otsuka Meio Made Ceramic Co., Ltd.
Donated by the Asahi Newspaper Company.
Kataoka Tamaoko , 1905 ( January 5, 18th - 18th January 2008 ) January 16th ) is a Japanese painter who was active in the Showa era and Heisei era. Member of the Japan Art Institute, Organizer of the Order of Cultural Affairs and Culture. Born in Sapporo, Hokkaido.
1926 ( Taisho 15 years), Girls' Art College (present · Women 's Art University ) graduated from the Japanese Department of Higher Education.
After graduating, she continue to work while working for Yokohama City Ooka High School Elementary School in Kanagawa Prefecture (now Yokohama City Ooka Elementary School · Kindergarten). She will advance the painting while being disbelieved by her parents who opposed the painter's choice but lost three times at Tei exhibition (present day exhibition). However, in 1930 (Showa 5), she was the first prize winner in "17th In- House " exhibition . In addition, she won a prize for the 1933 (1964) honorary exhibition, but after that, she experienced many lost elections and there was a time when he was called "god of defeat".
However, after that, "green shade" she was selected for the 26th in-house exhibition in 1939 (Showa 14 years), and after being nominated by the clergymen, she was selected every time. In 1955 she retired from Yokohama City Otooka Elementary School and became a full-time lecturer at the Graduate School of Art and Design, Women 's Art University. Associate Professor in 1960 (Showa 35), Professor in 1965 (Showa 40). Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts opened in 1966 (Showa 41), Professor of Japanese Department of Clinical Sciences, Visiting Professor from 1973 (Showa 48).
From its unconventional composition and bold color usage, some people are worried about its style called "Getmoon", but Kobayashi Oldashi said, "Your present picture must be gette, but Gete Mono and the real thing It is a difference between the papers ... I absolutely should not change your picture ... "I encouraged. Spherons believe that drawing beautifully is not everything, continue to create according to their own beliefs, and eventually established a powerful expression that shakes the concept of traditional Japanese painting. Especially highly praised in the "Facing Style (Hiragamasae)" and "Mt. Fuji" series. From 1982 (Showa 57) he also tackles the nude 's "pose" series. There is also exchange with the 4th generation of Kabuki actor Nakamura Jobuemon, and he is also engraving ink paintings of the famous Sukuro 's hoist.
In 1976 (Showa 51 years) she received the third prize of Ishiba . In 1982 (Showa 57) she was selected as a member of the Japan Art Institute, in 1986 (1986) was awarded as a cultural contributor . In 1989 (Heisei first year) she received the Order of Culture. The reception of a female painter is Uemura Matsuen , after Ogura Yumigo , the third person (hence these three people are sometimes referred to as " Japan's three biggest female artists").
She fainted from a cerebral infarct since she was 100 years old, but she kept on active while trying to recuperate. Died in a hospital in Fujisawa city , Kanagawa prefecture due to acute heart failure on January 16, 2008 at 21:55 (2008). 103 year old death. Third place of obedience.
She passed through a single life .