(Japanese style painter)
Impression Domoto (December 25, 1891 - September 5, 1975) was a Japanese painter born in Kyoto. He is a member of the Japan Art Academy. Member of the Japan Art Academy. Real name: Sannosuke Domoto.
After graduating from the Kyoto Municipal School of Arts and Crafts, he worked as a draughtsman for Nishijin textiles, but decided to become a Japanese-style painter and entered the Kyoto Municipal College of Painting in 1924. In 1919, his first work, "Fukakusa," was selected for the Teiten, and his work "Kegon," exhibited at the 6th Teiten, was awarded the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts Prize. In 1936, he became a professor at the Kyoto Municipal College of Painting, and on July 1, 1944, he became a member of the Imperial Household Artists' Association. In 1950, he became a member of the Japan Art Academy. In 1975, he died of heart failure. He was also active as a leader of the art world as the organizer of the private school To-kyusha. In 1963, he was awarded the First Order of Culture of St. Silvestro by the then Pope Johannes XXIII for his mural painting "The Virgin Mary in Glory" in St. Mary's Cathedral, Osaka. He was awarded the First Order of Culture of St. Silvestro.
Size: 27 x 21 (picture size), 49 x 42.5 (frame size)
Material: Paper. Colored