Gakuryō Nakamura was a Japanese painter
Gakuryō Nakamura (中村岳陵, Nakamura Gakuryō) (1890–1969) was a Japanese Nihonga painter and designer.
He received a commission to decorate the Hōmei-den state banquet hall of the Tokyo Imperial Palace. He designed the tapestry works for the decorations of the wall called “Toyohata-gumo (A Pretty Bank of Clouds)”. He was also commissioned to decorate the Ume-no-Ma audience room, a hall that has an area of 152 square meters or 46 tsubo. His “Kouhaku-bai” drawing is at the centre of the wall.
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