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Title: 甲斐虎山と京都女子大学 : 大学所蔵の作品を中心に
Other Titles: Paintings by Kai Kozan in the Collection of Kyoto Womenʼs University
Authors: 前﨑, 信也
村田, 隆志
阿部, 亜紀
北山, 明乃
Maezaki, Shinya
Murata, Takashi
Abe, Aki
Kitayama, Akino
Keywords: 水墨画
Issue Date: 12-Feb-2021
Publisher: 京都女子大学生活造形学科
Abstract: Kai Kozan (1867-1961) is a Japanese Nanga painter and is considered as one of the last artists of Bungo Nanga tradition continued from the time of Tanomura Chikuden (1777-1835). Kyoto Womenʼs University houses 81 works by the artist (12 works are registered as gakuhō, or “school treasure” and 69 works are in the collection of the Kyoto Womenʼs University Library). He worked many years as the headmaster of Bunchū Jogakkō, the predecessor of the university. It was after the retirement from teaching profession in 1914 when Kai Kozan became a professional painter. Since 2019, the authors of this paper started a research project and organized three exhibitions focusing on his paintings. The purpose of this paper is to reveal the early life of Kai Kozan and his role in the history of the university while showing early important works in the collection of Kyoto Womenʼs University.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11173/3188
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