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Yamaguchi Zuiu was a painter from [[Tochigi prefecture]] who taught art in [[Okinawa prefecture|Okinawa]] from [[1896]] to [[1912]].
 
Yamaguchi Zuiu was a painter from [[Tochigi prefecture]] who taught art in [[Okinawa prefecture|Okinawa]] from [[1896]] to [[1912]].
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He began teaching at the Okinawa Normal School (''Okinawa shihan gakkô'') in 1896.<ref>Miyazato Masako 宮里正子, "Geijutsu, Geinô katsudô he no shinshutsu"「芸術・芸能活動への進出」, ''Naha onna no ashiato, Naha joseishi (Sengo hen)'' なは・女のあしあと 那覇女性史(戦後編), Naha-shi sômubu josei shitsu 那覇市総務部女性室(ed.), Naha: Ryukyu Shimpo-sha (2001), 377.</ref>
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He began teaching at the Okinawa Normal School (''Okinawa shihan gakkô'') in 1896.<ref>Miyazato Masako 宮里正子, "Geijutsu, Geinô katsudô he no shinshutsu"「芸術・芸能活動への進出」, ''Naha onna no ashiato, Naha joseishi (Sengo hen)'' なは・女のあしあと 那覇女性史(戦後編), Naha-shi sômubu josei shitsu 那覇市総務部女性室(ed.), Naha: Ryukyu Shimpo-sha (2001), 377-378.</ref>
    
In [[1908]], he founded the Tansei association, which produced ''[[Nihonga]]'' paintings of Okinawan subjects. Yamaguchi submitted a number of his own paintings to exhibitions held by the [[Japan Painting Association]] (''Nihon bijutsu kyôkai'').
 
In [[1908]], he founded the Tansei association, which produced ''[[Nihonga]]'' paintings of Okinawan subjects. Yamaguchi submitted a number of his own paintings to exhibitions held by the [[Japan Painting Association]] (''Nihon bijutsu kyôkai'').
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