A painter and sculptor born in Tokyo, Japan, and a representative figure of School of Paris. After graduating from Tokyo National University of the Arts in 1913, Foujita moved to Paris and set up a studio in Montparnasse. He was called "the most important Japanese artist in the West in the 20th century." He is good at paintings of cats and women, he had introduced the techniques of Japanese painting into oil painting. His unique "milky white" nude portraits are widely praised in the Western art world.