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Matsumura Goshun (1752-1811) - Japanese artist. Worked in one district of Kyoto - Shijo.

Matsumura Goshun (1752-1811) - a pupil of the famous Japanese artist Ooke. Marked the beginning of the last great school of painting in Japan till the beginning of Europeanization - Sizeo in Kyoto in the late eighteenth century . Named it so was the name of one of the streets of Kyoto, where his artistic workshop, and was a modification of the style Ooke in the direction of greater friendliness, sincerity in expressive forms in accordance with the tastes growing and growing class of the bourgeoisie. Works by artists of the school of Sizeo was drawn or a sizeable scrolls which were supposed to be hung on the wall or on the small scrolls, which were kept and treated in the hands or even assemble these albums. The subject of the picture was the life of the native of Kyoto, the streets, the people, the animals and the surrounding nature.

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