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Mitsuhashi Setsuko Museum, Otsu

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  • Setsuko Mitsuhashi, a surname of a painter. Originally, the local area is close to the local area. This is an art museum, and it's close to the museum. Resident in this village, etc. It's been a long time since I was born. Primary cancerous symptoms, aneurysm, and right shoulder bladder. The right palm has expired. Left hand for exercise at the clinic.继 续 drawing. Impression of a lonely painting. Yu Yu 她 27 岁 Time is over. The size of the shadow of India. Taj Mahal Taj Mahal Haruka Nozomi. Appeared in a work that is a sequel to the Yuyu district. Characteristic of the area where there is a reduction. In addition, Mitsuhashi Ashikoya Kore 很 欢 欢 picture wild grass. Work Ueya Koreta This is an interview. Possible cause, resident in Japan, resident in mine, resident in mine, planted in cultivated, ignorant plant. Estimate of the wild grass. Otsu people Kiyoshi wild grass? Related fee, Japanese WIKI Setsuko Mitsuhashi (Mitsuhashi Setsuko, March 3, 1939-February 24, 1975) is a painter from Kyoto Prefecture. Born in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Kyoto City University of Arts (currently Kyoto City University of Arts). Her husband is Yasumasa Suzuki, a Japanese painter. The eldest son is Aso Suzuki, a former badminton player. My niece is Sakurako Mihashi, a harpsichord player. Main works "Legend of the lake" "Hanaori Pass" "Mitsui's Evening Bell" (1973) "Tenjo of Yogo" (written by 1975) In 1973, the right hand of the dominant hand was surgically amputated due to cancer of the clavicle. After that, he continued to create with his left hand, but died at the age of 35 due to cancer metastasis. His passion for painting is still in his work and hasn't faded. [Original research?] A big feature is the touch with a dullness and the look to the child. [Original research?] In his later years, he worked on many works based on the old tales of the local Omi.
  • Setsuko Mitsuhashi, the appearance of the deceased is very gentle and quiet, and I worshiped like a cute person. Besides many masterpieces, there were also picture books and pottery. It's awkward for an ordinary person like me who is only old, but I was impressed by the tremendous vitality of the work. It seems that the folk tales of Shiga prefecture are told in the background, but the delicacy of the style and the depth of the unique color made me think of it as a Buddhist painting. I think the soul is still evoking something for us, even though the body is gone. In particular, I felt "compassion for people." Hanaori Pass is a place that I often go through, but it seems that my eyes will change when I see the vegetation on the side of the road.

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