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Mitsuhashi Setsuko Museum, Otsu

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  • Setsuko Mitsuhashi is a painter's surname. The region where I originally lived is far away, and the region where I live is very close. This museum is actually close to home. Due to the large number of residents living in this village. A long time ago. At the time of primary cancer, the lump was present on the right shoulder. Right hand palm amputated. The left hand for hard work at the hospital. Continuous drawing. The painting made a deep impression on me. It's been 27 years since I left India. Great impact on India in the past. There are some themes, but they are related to the distant view of Taiji Mausoleum. There is a certain influence in the area, and it appears in some works in the city. There are many local characteristics. In addition, Mihashi Shizuya is a very happy painting of wildflowers. There are many interviews on the work. It is possible that this is the reason why I am at my door. My plan is wild grass. Otsu people's favorite wild grass? Documents related to information, Japanese WIKI Setsuko Mitsuhashi (March 3, 1939 - February 24, 1975) was a painter from Kyoto Prefecture. Graduated from Kyoto City University of Arts (now Kyoto City University of Arts) Faculty of Fine Arts. Her husband is Japanese painter Yasumasa Suzuki. His eldest son is Soasao Suzuki, a former badminton player. Her niece is harpsichordist Sakurako Mitsuhashi. Main works "Legend of the Lake" "Hanaori Pass" "Mitsui's Evening Bell" (1973) "Tenyo of Yogo" (Last writing, 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 still remains in his works and has not faded. [Original research?] His main features are his shadowy touch and his gaze at the young child. [Original research?] In his later years, he worked on many works based on the folktales of his hometown of Omi.
  • You can admire the collection of painter Setsuko Mitsuhashi, who passed away early due to illness. There are many works with a slightly dark impression at the beginning, I feel a strange charm in works based on the folklore of Shiga since I was told that I do not have long to live.

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