Born with Inazawa, Takanori Oguiss, wire of a landowner of the area of Nagoya, after having studied in the Art schools of Tokyo, arrives at Paris, the way of a whole group of Japanese painters, such its friends Foujita and Inokuma, or Sadami Yokote, in 1927.
Takanori Oguiss is established in the district of Montparnasse, attends the painters of the Hive, and is in particular impressed by the tables of Maurice Utrillo. In the Thirties it occupies a workshop with the foot of the Butte Montmartre, Rue Ordener, not far from his friends Inokuma and Fujita.
After a return to Japan where it is during the Second world war painter of the armies, Takanori Oguiss is established in 1948 definitively in France, painting in bright colors picturesque the old workings, the old shops, draperies or paper mills, merchants of wines and liquors, wood and coals, and the flower markets. He writes and illustrates into 1951 of the " News of Paris" , published at Maïnichi. He also travels, with Amsterdam, Ghent, Antwerp like with Venice, composing of the works coloured with strange framings.
Its last exposure of alive sound takes place with the museum of Saint-Denis in 1986. He dies the same year and is buried with the Cimetière Montmartre (the 12th division). A museum is devoted to him in the Japanese city of Inazawa where its workshop of " Montmartre in Artistes" was reconstituted.
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