(Japanese style painter)
Oyama Banner Oyama Nobori
Japanese painter. Born in Hokkaido. Graduated from Tama Art University. Studied under Nakamura Gakuryo. Member of the Nisseun Exhibition Committee. Died in 1995 at the age of 74.
Born in Kushiro, Hokkaido in 1921. After graduating from the Japanese Painting Department of Tama Art School in 1945, she worked as an art instructor at Kushiro High School for Girls, but returned to Tokyo in 1951 to study at Gakuryo Juku Sono-sha. In the same year, she was selected for the Nitten for the first time, and the following year she was awarded the Asakura Prize, and in 1955 she was awarded the Hakuju Prize. He later served as a judge and member of the Nitten, and became a councilor. He passed away at the age of 74 in 1995. After graduating from the Japanese Painting Department of Tama Art School, Nobori Oyama taught art in his hometown of Kushiro as a teacher at Kushiro High School for Girls, but at the age of 31, he moved to Tokyo again to become a painter. At the age of 31, she decided to become a painter and moved to Tokyo again. This series of awards earned him a high reputation in the world of Japanese painting. His style is full of rich colors and has a unique blend of realism and decoration.
He is a Japanese painter of the Showa and Heisei eras. He was active in the central art world, mainly through the Nitten and solo exhibitions. His style was highly acclaimed for his flower and bird paintings drawn with dots. Oyama Nobori's interest in and reverence for nature can be said to be his philosophy as a painter.
Size: painting size 49 x 44, scroll size 135 x 59 cm
Material: Paper, Colored / Co-boxed
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