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Biography Okamoto, Kiichi (1888 - 1930)

Okamoto Kiichi studied together with Kuroda Seiki at the school of Hakubakai. He first exhibited woodblock prints in 1912. He was a member of various artists' societies, and contributed his self-carved woodblock prints to a number of magazines, one of which was Kindai no Y˘ga. In the latter part of his career he created designs for stage scenery and also worked as an illustrator of children's stories. His prints were also used as book illustrations by Onchi K˘shir˘.




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