Ryuji Fujita from the Yamaguchi prefecture was a student of Takashima Hokkai and KyÅ«ho Noda. He was accepted to present his works at various exhibitions including the Bunten. Together with others he founded the New Japanese Painting Group (Shin Nihonga KenkyÅ«kai). 1936 he won the bronze medal with his work "ice hockey" in art competition of the Berlin Olympics. The whereabouts of his work are not clear after being purchased by the Nazis. His well-known student RyÅ« SeihÅ attempted to restore the work. He also initiated the forming of the New Artists Association (Shin Bijutsujin Kyoukai). Later, he moved to Kitakyushu City and served as a lecturer at the Saga University.
Mixed Painting, Paintings