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Ryuzaburo Umehara (梅原 龍三郎 Umehara Ryūzaburō?, March 9, 1888–January 16, 1986) was a Japanese painter who painted in a Western style. He attended the Kansai Academy of Art (also known as Kansai Art School) in Kyoto. One of the artists he admired was Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
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