(1874 - 1954)
Katsumi Miyake was active/lived in New York / Japan. Katsumi Miyake is known for painting.
Kokki was a Western-style painter, born in Tokushima.
He traveled and studied in the United States and for a period at the Yale University Art School.
He strongly encouraged Hiroshi Yoshida and five of his artist friends to travel to the United States. Soon after their arrival they enjoyed a successful selling exhibition at the Boston Art Club.
On December 2, 1900 The Boston Sunday Globe featured a lengthy article on the group of painters with photos of Yoshida, Kanakoji, Mitsutani, Nakagawa, Kawai, and Maruyama, headlined "Japanese Art in Boston". It began "Six young men from the Orient to Exhibit their works at the Boston Art Club. Miyake Katsumi, a friend of these artists encoura ... Displaying 750 of 1096 characters.