Shoki the Demon Queller
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Katsuhiko Sato
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Katsuhiko Sato
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Katsuhiko Sato
A 820
Katsuhiko Sato
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Katsuhiko Sato
A 822
Katsuhiko Sato
A 825
Katsuhiko Sato
A 826
Katsuhiko Sato
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Katsuhiko Sato
A 830
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Katsuhiko Sato
A 835 [SOLD]
Katsuhiko Sato
A 836 [SOLD]
Katsuhiko Sato
A 837 [Not Available]
Katsuhiko Sato
A 838
Katsuhiko Sato
A 839
Katsuhiko Sato
A 840 [Not Available]
Katsuhiko Sato
A 841
Katsuhiko Sato
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Katsuhiko Sato
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Katsuhiko Sato
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Katsuhiko Sato
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Katsuhiko Sato
Katsuhiko Sato
1940 Born in Japanese-occupied Manchuria

1947 Moves to Japan and lives in Okayama Prefecture

1960 While hospitalized with serious case of tuberculosis, witnesses death of friend and discovers joy of life

1963 Graduates from Tottori University and becomes teacher at private elementary school in Nara

1975 Attains fame with 80,000 hand-drawn works for quarterly magazine Ginka
Exhibits paintings and pottery extensively nationwide