Katsura Yuki

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Painter from Tokyo. Katsura studied nihonga with Ikegami Shūho since her school days at a girls-only school. She later studied oil painting with Nakamura Ken’ichi and Okada Saburōsuke, and joined the Avant-garde Western Painting Studio under Tōgō Seiji and Fujita Tsuguharu. Katsura’s first solo exhibition of collage works was held in 1935. Apart of collage, she also worked with oil painting, print and installations. She joined the Nikakai organization and was one of their jury members, but separated from the Nikakai later. Katsura was involved in founding Room Nine art group and the Women Artists Association. She also illustrated and wrote children’s books. Katsura won the First Prize at the Seventh Contemporary Art Exhibition of Japan in 1966 and received the Mainichi Culture Award.


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