Eizo Kato studied traditional Japanese painting in Tokyo in the Nihonga style. Although many of his works were lost during the air raids of the World War II, he was awarded the prestigious Japan Art Academy Award in 1959. Kato and his younger brother Toichi founded their own Memorial Art Museum in Gifu, which officially opened in 1991.
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