Yuki KATSURA

Western-style painter, born 1913 in Tokyo. Katsura is regarded as one of the pioneering female artists in Japan, whose work spans the prewar and postwar eras. Katsura graduated from the Tokyo Metropolitan 5th Girls Senior High School, and then studied with Ken’ichi Nakamura (1895-1967) and at the Avant-garde Western Painting Institute.

She participated in the Nika Association, and took part in the “9th Room Club” at Nika. In 1946, she co-founded the Women Painter’s Association together with the painter Migishi Setsuko (1905-1999). Katsura died in 1991, aged 77.

 


"Children"

Crayon on paper
Image size: 15.0×18.5cm
Sheet size : 24.5×27.5cm
Signed

"Fox Borrowing the Majesty of a Tiger"

1956
Lithograph
38.8x55.8cm
Ed. 100
Signed

 

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