Nakagawa, Hachiro, 1877-1922

Western-style painter. Born in Ehime-ken; lived in Tokyo. Pupil of Matsubara Sangoro and Koyama Shotaro. In 1899 to Europe for study. In 1902 helped found the Taiheiyo Gakai. In Europe the following year, and again late in his life; also traveled in America. A frequent exhibitor and prize winner at the Bunten; also showed with the Teiten. Specialized in painting landscapes in a romantic academic manner with some impressionist touches. Taken in whole, or in part from: Roberts, Laurance P. A Dictionary of Japanese Artists: Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics, Prints, Lacquer. Weatherhill, Inc: New York. 1986.

Artwork

said their nevers they slept their dream<Br>Twenty-Two Cherries XX said their nevers they slept their dream
Twenty-Two Cherries XX
#151993178 Hamaguchi, Yozo, 1909-2000 $6,000
Early Morning Early Morning #891612 Yoshida, Toshi, 1911-1995 SOLD
Snow at Benten Shrine Entrance, Inokashira Snow at Benten Shrine Entrance, Inokashira #XHKS07 Hasui, Kawase, 1883-1957 $375
Rain at Yabakei Rain at Yabakei #230776 Goyo, Hashiguchi, 1880-1921 $3,500