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ID: 500123272
Page Link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/ulan/500123272

 
Record Type: Person
Takeuchi Seihō (Japanese painter, 1864-1942)

Note: Born in Kyoto, Takeuchi began studying painting at fourteen under a teacher of the Shijō school. He was part of a movement to revive Japanese-style painting in Kyoto. He began teaching at the Kyoto Municipal School of Art in 1805. He travelled to Paris in 1900, and was influenced by the work of Turner and Corot.

Names:
Takeuchi Seihō (preferred,V,display)
Takeuchi, Seihō (U,index)
Takeuchi, Takeuchi Tsunekichi (U)

Nationalities:
Japanese (preferred)

Roles:
artist (preferred)
painter

Gender: male

Birth and Death Places:
Born:  Kyoto (Kyōto, Japan) (inhabited place)

List/Hierarchical Position:
 ....  Persons, Artists
 ........  Takeuchi Seihō (I)

Biographies:
(Japanese painter, 1864-1942) ..... [VP Preferred]
(Japanese painter, 1864-1942) ..... [Grove Art]

Additional Names:

Sources and Contributors:
Takeuchi Seihō ........ [VP Preferred]
..............................  Miyagawa, Modern Japanese Painting (1967)
Takeuchi, Seihō ........ [Grove Art Preferred]
................................  Grove Art artist database (1989-)
Takeuchi, Takeuchi Tsunekichi ........ [Grove Art]
...........................................................  Grove Art artist database (1989-)

Subject: ........ [Gallery Systems, Grove Art, VP]
....................  Gallery Systems (2000-) LOC ID: n81032983
....................  Grove Art artist database (1989-)
....................  Library of Congress Authorities database (n.d.) LOC ID: n81032983
....................  Miyagawa, Modern Japanese Painting (1967)
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
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