Hiroki Oda

1914 - Born in Sente Village (now Kama City), Fukuoka Prefecture.
1939 - Graduated from Nihon Bijutsu Gakko (Japan Fine Arts School) in Western-style painting.
1940 - Selected for the first time for the Nika Exhibition.
1950 - Nominated as a member of the Nika-kai.
1960 - First trip to France.
1968 - Awarded the Prime Minister's Prize at the 53rd Nika Exhibition.
1971 - Awarded the Seiji Togo Prize at the 56th Nika Exhibition. Held his first solo exhibition in Paris.
1992 - Awarded the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Fourth Class.
1995 - Awarded the Imperial Prize and the Japan Art Academy Prize. Became a member of the Japan Art Academy.
1996 - Opened the Oda Hiroki Museum in Usui-cho.
1997 - Received the title of Honorary Resident of Usui-cho.
2003 - Awarded the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Third Class, and the Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, French Government.
2006 - President of the Nika-kai.
May 30, 2012 - Died of heart failure[1][2] at the age of 98. At the age of 98, he was posthumously appointed to the rank of fourth cousin[3].

 Kama City Oda Museum of Art The Kama City Oda Museum of Art introduces the appeal of Oda Hiroki's works, such as Parisian landscapes and lyrical female figures, from various angles through permanent and special exhibitions.

Size: painting size 16.5 x 13 cm, frame size 33 x 29 cm

Material: oil on canvas

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