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Yokoyama Taikan (November 2, 1868 – February 26, 1958) was the pseudonym of a major figure in pre-World War II Japanese painting. He is notable for helping create the Japanese painting technique of Nihonga. His real name was Sakai Hidemaro. Yokoyama was born in Mito city, Ibaraki Prefecture, as the eldest son of Sakai Sutehiko, an ex-samurai family in Mito clan. He was adopted into his mother's family, from whom he took the surname "Yokoyama". With his family, he moved to Tokyo in 1878. He studied at the Tōkyō Furitsu Daiichi Chūgakkō (Hibiya High School), and was interested in the English language and in western style oil painting. This led him to study pencil drawing with a painter, Watanabe Fumisaburo. He also studied under one of the great painters of the time, Kanō Hōgai, who was the master of the Kanō school.
|A - Longitud (CM)||67||68||69||70||71||73||75||78|
|B - Ancho del pecho (CM)||50||52||54||56||58||60||63||66|
|C - Longitud de la manga (CM)||63||64||65||66||66||67||68||69|
|A - Longitud (IN)||26||26.5||27||27.5||28||28.5||29.5||30|
|B - Ancho del pecho(IN)||19.5||20.5||21||22||23||23,5||25||26|
|C - Longitud de la manga (IN)||25||25||25.5||26||26||26.5||26.5||27|
|Material:||70% Algodón, 30% Poliéster|
|Origen:||Fabricado en UE|
|Disponibilidad:||Realizado por encargo|
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