MACHIDA Yosohiko

MACHIDA Yosohiko (1944-) Western-style painter. Born in Gunma Prefecture. Selected for the 18th Issen Art Exhibition (became a member in 1972). First selected for the 55th Nikaten in 1970. Later studied under Saito Saburo. Received a special award at the 90th commemorative Nikaten. Held 11 personal exhibitions at Mitsukoshi in Tokyo between 1979 and 2000. Received a Medal with Dark Blue Ribbon in 2003. Paints mainly ocean scenes and also likes to paint wildflowers, particularly cosmos. Important works include “Otaru no Unga” and “Umi no Tsuioku.” Currently a member of the Japan Artists Association. Chairperson of Ageo-shi Bijutsuka Kyokai and head of operating and judging committee for the 55th commemorative Ageoshiten.

Haru no Ayasegawa. Personal exhibition at the Mitsukoshi Gallery in Tokyo.


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