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AI-Mitsu (jap. 靉光?, Nast. name Nitiro Isimura (jap. 石村 日郎 Isimura Nitiro:?), b. 24 Jun 1907 Hiroshima — mind. 19 Jan 1946 in Shanghai) is a Japanese artist.

1907 — born in Mibu-those, Yamagata County, Hiroshima prefectural

1922 — begins to work in the company "soulful design" in Osaka

1923 — the school Tensai in Osaka; begins to use the name Mitsuro Aikawa

1924 — moved to Tokyo, visited the Institute Taihei Egacy

1926 — the First prize at the 13th exhibition of the Nika-ten (participated under the name of AI-Mitsu)

1927 — together with Masao Tsuruoka and other artists founded the society Regency

1938 — First prize for landscape painting (Landscape with eyes) at the 8th competition Dokuritsu-Kyokai (Independent artists ' Association)

1939 — co-founder Bijutsu-Kyokai (Artistic-cultural Association)

1940 — together with Shunsuke Matsumoto, Saburo ASO, Masao tsuruoka and the other creates Shinjinkai (New Association of artists)

1944 — at the end of the Second world war seriously ill in Wuhan

1946 — died in Shanghai due to illness.

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