|NAME||Shimizu Kōshō / 清水公照|
|BIRTH & DEATH||1911-1999|
|BIRTH PLACE||Hyōgo pref.|
|RECORD OF AWARDS|
Shimizu Kōshō (清水公照, 1911-1999) was a Japanese monk. The 207th and the 208th Bettō (head priest) of the Tōdai-ji temple. The chief abbot of the Kegon sect. In 1980 completed repairing the Great Buddha Hall during the Showa period. Principal of Tōdai-ji Kindergarten. His paintings, calligraphic works and pottery were very popular.
Avalokitesvara: Lotus / Koushou Shimizu | Kakejiku Scroll
This is a painting of Avalokitesvara on a lotus flower by Koushou Shimizu. This kakejiku (Japane ...
Avalokitesvara: Deer / Koushou Shimizu | Kakejiku Scroll
This is a painting of Avalokitesvara (Kannon-Bosatsu) and a sika deer by Koushou Shimizu. This k ...