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Amita Arthur & Bond Asahi Shoten Ashizuki CPO Dunhill Namiki Fujii, Yoshitoyo Fukui Hagiya, Katsuhira Hattori, Kintaro Ikeda, Seisuke G. Ikoma Kagawa, Katsuhiro Kawano, Yoshinosuke Komai, Otojiro Komai, Seibei Kuhn & Komor Kumeno, Teitaro Kuroda, Kiichi Kyoto Damascene Mitsui, Yoshio Mitsukoshi Miyamoto Shoko Murakami Toyo Nagata Namikawa, Yasuyuki Nogawa, Noboru Ogurusu Ohayo Okubo Brothers Samurai Shokai Takeda Brothers Uyeda, Kichigoro Yamanaka Yiwangjik

Amita Co. artists: Minai, Torahiko Kanamori, Takeshi

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Mitsui, Yoshio [三井義夫] (1899-1959)

Yoshio Mitsui born on September 22, 1899 in Negishi town (now Taito) in Tokyo. Started to study engraving under Kiyoshi Umino [海野 清]. In 1928 he graduated from Tokyo Fine Arts School (now Tokyo University of Arts) and continued to study under Umino. Mitsui often pictured fishes on his works: carps, goldfishes, trouts, perches, etc.

Silver engravings by Yoshio Mitsui depicting a tropical fish (top), two Japanese red sea perches (left) and three trouts (right).


Mitsui participated in various japanese fine arts exhibitions and in 1956 received the Academy of Arts Award at the 12th Fine Arts Exhibition for his engraved and inlaid vase.

Yoshio Mitsui died on January 2, 1959 in Japan Medical University Hospital from liver cirrhosis.

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