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Biography Ueda, Kch 上田 耕沖 (1819 - 1911)

Ueda Kch was born in Kyoto, the son and pupil of Ueda Kfu. After his father's death, in 1832, he moved to Osaka and became a pupil of Nagayama Kin. During his career as a writer he travelled a lot, and at age 92, shortly before his death, he painted the screens in the Tenman-Jing in Osaka. He was a prominent painter in Osaka art circles. His son Ueda Kho was one of his pupils.

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