(Description) Jun Yamagishi (September 14, 1930 - December 17, 2000) was a Japanese painter and a member of the Japan Art Academy.

Born in Kyoto, Japan, he was a Japanese-style painter active in the Showa and Heisei periods.
He established a profound and rhyming style of landscape expression, and is known for his works focusing on peaceful natural scenery, and sometimes attempting allegorical works.
In addition to being active as a painter, he is also a professor at the Kyoto City University of Arts and the Nagoya University of Arts, and is dedicated to teaching the younger generation.
Jun Yamagishi studied under Tokuoka Shinsen after completing the Japanese painting course at Kyoto City University of Arts, and he inherited Tokuoka Shinsen's style and painted many landscapes of Mt.
Fuji and many waterside scenes. He was selected for the Nitten exhibition for the first time and continued to exhibit his works there, winning numerous awards. He also served as the managing director of Nitten, and was a central figure in Nitten.

Size: picture size 60 x 44.5, frame size 80.5 x 65

Material: Japanese painting

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