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Western-style painter Onuki Masanosuke (1925-88) learned to paint at private painting schools and research institutes. Soon after he graduated the Pacific Art School in 1943, however, he was deployed in a World War II munitions factory and then in the army. It wasn’t until after the war that he was able to resume his career as an artist.

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