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Gyoshū Hayami (August 2, 1894 – March 20, 1935) was the pseudonym of a Japanese painter in the Nihonga style, active during the Taishō and Shōwa eras. His real name was Eiichi Maita. Gyoshū was born in the plebeian downtown district of Asakusa in Tokyo. He studied traditional painting techniques as an apprentice to Matsumoto Fuko from the age of 15. When he was 17, his talent was recognized by Shikō Imamura, who invited him to join the Kojikai circle of leading young artists. With the revival of the Japan Fine Arts Academy (Nihon Bijutsuin), Gyoshū became a founding member. He worked in many schools of painting, including Yamato-e, Rinpa and Bunjinga, with his style evolving gradually towards a detailed realism influenced also by his studies of Chinese paintings from the Song dynasty and the Yuan dynasty. His later works evolved further towards Symbolism.
|A - Longueur (CM)||67||68||69||70||71||73||75||78|
|B - Largeur de poitrine (CM)||50||52||54||56||58||60||63||66|
|C - Longueur des manches (CM)||63||64||65||66||66||67||68||69|
|A - Longueur (IN)||26||26.5||27||27.5||28||28.5||29.5||30|
|B - Largeur de poitrine (IN)||19.5||20.5||21||22||23||23,5||25||26|
|C - Longueur des manches (IN)||25||25||25.5||26||26||26.5||26.5||27|
|Matière:||70% Coton, 30% Polyester|
|Orgine:||Fabriqué en UE|
|Disponibilité:||Réalisé sur commande|
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