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Biography Takeda, Gentarô (1900 - 1984)

Takeda Gentarô was born in Kumamoto Prefecture. After graduating at the Taiheiyôkai, he became an art teacher at the same school. He started his artistic career as a sculptor. He exhibited at the Nitten, and taught himself making woodblock prints. He is mainly known for his landscapes, which are executed in soft pastel hues. His work is seldom seen.



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