Seibo Kitamura lived to the age of 102. He was one of the most famous Japanese engravers, also creating the Peace Statue in the Peace Park at Nagasaki, one of two sites where the US dropped the atomic bomb at the end of the World War II. He studied sculpture at the Kyoto City University of Arts and in Tokyo from 1907-12. In 1921, Kitamura became a full professor at the Tokyo School of Fine Arts.
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