Kayo Yamaguchi

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Kayo Yamaguchi (山口 華楊, Yamaguchi Kayō, 3 October 1899–16 March 1984) was a Japanese painter specializing in the Nihonga style of watercolour painting.


He was born in the Nakagyo ward of Kyoto

Kayo studied under Nishimura Go'un. He supervised the 画塾晨鳥社. With a sketch-based painting style, he specialized in representations of animals. In 1981 he was awarded the Japanese order of culture.