Suzuki Shōnen

NAME Suzuki Shōnen / 鈴木松年
BIRTH & DEATH 1848-1918
BIRTH PLACE Kyoto pref.

PEN NAME 百僊(百仙), 松年, 老龍館, 鶴壽軒(鶴寿軒)
MASTER Suzuki Hyakunen
POSITION Professor of the Kyoto-fu Gagakko (Kyoto Prefectural School of Painting)
RECORD OF AWARDS
  • 1882: Won a prize at the 1st Naikoku Kaiga Kyoshinkai exhibition.
  • 1884: Won a prize at the 2nd Naikoku Kaiga Kyoshinkai exhibition.
  • 1890: Won a prize at the 3rd Naikoku Kangyo Hakurankai exhibition.
  • 1895: Won a prize at the 4th Naikoku Kangyo Hakurankai exhibition.
  • 1900: Received the bronze award at the Paris Universal Exposition.
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DESCRIPTION

Suzuki Shōnen (鈴木松年, 1848-1918) was a Japanese-style painter. Born and lived in Kyoto. Son and pupil of Suzuki Hyakunen. Teach at the Kyoto-fu Gagakko (Kyoto Prefectural School of Painting) from 1881 to 1888. Specialized in landscapes and kachoga flowers & birds paintings. Painted a dragon in the main building of the Tenryu-ji temple. His pupils were Uemura Shōen, Suzuki Shōsen, Tsuchida Bakusen, Niwayama Kōen , Yukawa Shōdō , etc.

  • 1882: Won a prize at the 1st Naikoku Kaiga Kyoshinkai exhibition.
  • 1884: Won a prize at the 2nd Naikoku Kaiga Kyoshinkai exhibition.
  • 1890: Won a prize at the 3rd Naikoku Kangyo Hakurankai exhibition.
  • 1895: Won a prize at the 4th Naikoku Kangyo Hakurankai exhibition.
  • 1900: Received the bronze award at the Paris Universal Exposition.

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