Apple (Mynah Bird)

Gokura Senjin (March 3, 1892 - October 25, 1975) was a Japanese painter and a member of the Japan Art Academy


A-ha-birds (or hornbills) are birds of good fortune and good luck!


The A-ha-bird is a bird found in eastern Asia and southern China, and as a bird of good fortune, it was one of the most popular painting subjects in the Suiboku flower-and-bird genre.


March 3, 1892-October 25, 1975: Japanese painter and member of the Japan Art Academy.


Graduated from the Department of Japanese Painting at Tokyo Fine Arts School in 1915, moved to the U.S. in 1916, received the Japan Art Academy Prize at the Inten exhibition in 1922, became a member of the Japan Art Academy in 1924, continued to exhibit at the Inten exhibition, became a professor at the Department of Japanese Painting at the Imperial Fine Arts School in 1934, became a professor at the Department of Japanese Painting at Tama Art School in 1936, became a judge at the Nitten exhibition in 1949, became a professor at Tama Art University in 1956, and became a member of the Council of the Japan Art Academy in 1958. He was awarded the Japan Art Academy Prize in 1960, the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette in 1971, and became a member of the Japan Art Academy in 1972. He was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette in 1971 and became a member of the Japan Art Academy in 1972.


Hanging scroll, co-box


Size] Picture size: W51 x H43 cm
     Dimensions of the scroll: W66 x H138cm

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