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Kato Teruhide (1936 ~ 2015 )

Posted by Masaru Kikuchi at

Kato Teruhide had studied at Kyoto Art College.

He was a famous kimono fashion designer.

When he was 50 years old, he decided to follow his real passion,

and became a traditional Kyoto woodblock artist.

Success remained with the artist.

After a gallery exhibition in New York and

a book publication of his works titled "Kyoto Romance"

he is as famous as a woodblock artist as he used to be as a kimono designer.

 

 

Purple Wind at Arashi Yama Kyoto (Remaining slightly)

 

 

Kagayaki

 

 

Hana Koushi

 

Aki Gokoro

 

Koyo Butai (Kiyomizu Temple in the fall)

 

 

 Kinkaku-Ji Tsuki Akari (Kinkaku-Ji of moonlight )

 

Sakura no Fu

 

Oboro (Night with hazy over moon)

 

Yuki Butai (Kiyomizu Temple in snow)

 

Deai Kasa

 

Yoiyama

 

Yasaka no Tsuki (Moon at Yasaka)

 

Sagano-Ji

 

 


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