#713: Tanyu (category: artist)
Tanyu Kano was a Japanese painter in the 17th century, who was the grand son of Eitoku Kano (refer to #708) and the first son of Takanobu Kano (refer to #712).
He was hired as the exclusively official painter by the Tokugawa shogunate government and left paintings in various styles, especially the ones drawn on screens and panels in major castles and Buddhist temples.
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