Camellia japonica

               Masaru Matsumoto Masaru Matsumoto


1943 Born in Tokyo1966 Graduated from Musashino Art University
1967 Selected for the first time at the Inten Exhibition (exhibited annually thereafter).
1968 Studied under Togyu Okumura and Hideo Shioide
1969 Nominated as a Friend of the Japan Art Academy
1981 Works exhibited at the Inten, purchased by the Yamatane Museum of Art.
1983 Spring Inten Exhibition, purchased by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
1985 Exhibition of drawings (Kanshodo)
1987 Nominated as a special guest of the Japan Art Institute, exhibited at the 9th Yamatane Museum Prize Exhibition, purchased by the Omishima Art Museum, purchased by the Narukawa Art Museum.
1989 Works exhibited at the Spring Inten Exhibition, purchased by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1990 Yokohama-Odessa Art Exchange Exhibition 'Yokohama Art Exhibition', Museum of East-West Art, Odessa.
1995 Drawings Exhibition, Narukawa Art Museum
1999 Exhibition of drawings (Nihonbashi, Yokohama, Kyoto, Osaka Takashimaya).
2000 Tomohide Koizumi & Masaru Matsumoto two-person exhibition (Ginza, Nagoya, Osaka Matsuzakaya).
2001 Koichi Takeuchi, Masaru Matsumoto, Senba Nakajima Three-person exhibition (Shunpudo Gallery)
2006 Drawing Exhibition (Ginza Matsuzakaya) Solo Exhibition (Narukawa Art Museum)
2014 Masaru Matsumoto Japanese Painting Exhibition - Pilgrimage to the Four Seasons - (Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi)
Currently Special Advisor to the Japan Art Institute

Size: h60 x w73 cm (picture size), h82.5 x w94.5 cm (frame size).

Media: paper

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