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Biography Shimizu, K˘ichi (1895 - ?)

Born in Tokyo, Shimizu K˘ichi studied at the Kawabata Painting school, and he was a student of Nagase Yoshi(r)o. In 1927 he first exhibited with the Nihon S˘saku-Hanga Ky˘kai, and with the Nihon Hanga Ky˘kai in the 1930s. He is mainly known for work he did in the 1930s. He also printed for several of his colleagues. He contributed a print to that most important print series of the late 1930s, One Hundred Views of New Japan - Shin Nihon hyakkei. No work of his work made after 1940 is known, nor is the year of his death.



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