(1869 - 1934)
Yamada Baske was active/lived in Minnesota / Japan. Yamada Baske is known for landscape, marine painting, art education.
Biography Yamada Baske
The painter now best known as Yamada Baske was born "Fukawa Jin Basuke" in Tokyo in 1869 and first studied art at the Furoko School, Tokyo. After coming to America in 1885 he continued his studies at the Art Students' League in New York; at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; and from 1897 to 1899 at the Philadelphia School of Industrial Art (the March 1907 Philadelphia Museum bulletin described him as having been a "brilliant student"). Among his teachers were William Merritt Chase; Herman F. Deigendesch (1858-1921); Farber; and Mr. Stratton. Later he organized the "Basuke Sketching Class" of Yokohama, and also taught for a time at the Tokyo Fine Art School (now known as Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku) where his exhibited
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