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Cat (woodcut) 2002
Still life
Soaring
Namitoturu jyu
A Thousand Cranes, 1991 (red)
Namitoturu fuku
A Thousand Cranes, 1991
Peony
Red and white plum
Moon 1978
National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
A Thousand Cranes, 1970
A Thousand Cranes, 1970
National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Hana 1978
National Museum of Modern
Art, Tokyo
The World of Modern
Japanese Masters
Exhibition
Cherry blossoms 1982
Shungetsu (Spring moon)
1972
Cherry blossoms at night, 1993
Awatsuki 1996
Cherry Blossoms at Night
Star Festival
six-panel folding screen
Star Festival (Fragment)
six-panel folding screen
Setsugetsuka
1967
six-panel folding
screen
Milky Way (1968)
Milky Way (1968)
Milky Way (1968)
Milky Way (1968)
Fragment
Cherry blossoms
1982
Snowy Landscape in the Northern Song Manner
Waves in Spring and Autumn
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Waves in Spring and Autumn (Fragment)
Kai Tsugaru Owani Onsen Aomori (Fragment)
Kai Tsugaru
Owani Onsen
Aomori
A thousand cranes
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
A thousand cranes
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
The silver foil on the background is sprinkled finely, creating a dreamy atmosphere
Text & pictures: Internet
Copyright: All the images belong to their authors
Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu
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Matazō Kayama (1927-2004) was born in Kyoto.
Kayama started making art, and when he was 13 years
old he entered the Japane...
Matazo Kayama (Japan, 1927-2004)3
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Matazō Kayama (1927-2004) was a Japanese Nihonga painter of the 20th century. He was a painter who employed a mixed technique. In 1973 he was granted the prize for Japanese Art and, in 1980, he received the Prize of the Ministry of Culture. He became a professor at the Tokyo University of the Arts in 1988

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  1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-2792988-matazo-kayama3/
  2. 2. Cat (woodcut) 2002
  3. 3. Still life
  4. 4. Soaring
  5. 5. Namitoturu jyu A Thousand Cranes, 1991 (red)
  6. 6. Namitoturu fuku A Thousand Cranes, 1991
  7. 7. Peony
  8. 8. Red and white plum
  9. 9. Moon 1978 National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
  10. 10. A Thousand Cranes, 1970
  11. 11. A Thousand Cranes, 1970 National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
  12. 12. Hana 1978 National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
  13. 13. The World of Modern Japanese Masters Exhibition Cherry blossoms 1982
  14. 14. Shungetsu (Spring moon) 1972
  15. 15. Cherry blossoms at night, 1993
  16. 16. Awatsuki 1996
  17. 17. Cherry Blossoms at Night
  18. 18. Star Festival six-panel folding screen
  19. 19. Star Festival (Fragment) six-panel folding screen
  20. 20. Setsugetsuka 1967 six-panel folding screen
  21. 21. Milky Way (1968)
  22. 22. Milky Way (1968)
  23. 23. Milky Way (1968)
  24. 24. Milky Way (1968) Fragment
  25. 25. Cherry blossoms 1982
  26. 26. Snowy Landscape in the Northern Song Manner
  27. 27. Waves in Spring and Autumn The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
  28. 28. Waves in Spring and Autumn (Fragment) Kai Tsugaru Owani Onsen Aomori (Fragment)
  29. 29. Kai Tsugaru Owani Onsen Aomori
  30. 30. A thousand cranes The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
  31. 31. A thousand cranes The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
  32. 32. The silver foil on the background is sprinkled finely, creating a dreamy atmosphere
  33. 33. Text & pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: James Galway - Michio Miyagi - Haro no umi 2016
  34. 34. Matazō Kayama (1927-2004) was born in Kyoto. Kayama started making art, and when he was 13 years old he entered the Japanese Painting Academy in Kyoto. In 1949, he graduated from the Tokyo University of the Arts with a degree in painting. Around 1960 he traveled, gave exhibitions, and held conferences abroad. Starting in 1950, he participated in expositions of The Association of Young Artists (Shinseisaku gakai), wherein he was awarded four times. He became a famous painter in his early 30's. From 1958 on, he participated in international expositions of modern Japanese artists. In 1967, he also participated in the exhibition Masterpieces of Modern Japanese Painting at the State Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg and at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. In 1957, he was granted the Young Painters Prize in the Asahi News. In 1973 he was granted the prize for Japanese Art and, in 1980, he received the Prize of the Ministry of Culture. He became a professor at the Tokyo University of the Arts in 1988. He had held a private exhibition in Paris in 1990. He held exhibitions at the Central Museum of Beijing (1993) and British Museum (1996)

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