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arsvitaest: “ “Moonlit Sea” Author: Shoda, Koho (Japanese, Date: ca…

'The Night of Sorrow' :  "A lovely woman rolls up / The delicate bamboo blind. / She sits deep within, / Twitching her moth eyebrows. / who may it be That grieves her heart? / On her face one sees / only the wet traces of tears.": Li Bai

The art of Takato Yamamoto. He was born in Akita, Japan in After graduating from the Tokyo Zokei University, he experimented with the Ukiyo-e Pop style, then further refined and developed his own style. His first exhibition was held in Tokyo in

Japanese birds and flowers art prints, posters, Bird, Red Ivy Ohara Koson FINE ART PRINT, Japanese paintings, woodblock prints reproductions

Japanese birds and flowers art prints, posters, Bird, Red Ivy Ohara Koson FINE…

Seattle-based Japanese artist Yumiko Kayukawa is currently showing new works at The Shooting Gallery in San Francisco. By mixing pop culture references with more traditional Japanese imagery, the artist takes us on a strange and mysterious journey.

Japanese Pop Art (10 pieces)

Japanese Pop Art pieces) - My Modern Metropolis by Seattle-based Japanese artist Yumiko Kayukawa

Yayoi Kusama creates amorphous sculptures in bright primary colours covered in dots. They are the woozy creations of an obsessive compulsive, who tries to relieve her mental suffering through art. Born in Matsumoto city in 1929, into a traditional Japanese family, Kusama had a difficult childhood. She suffered from frightening hallucinations and the experiences found their way into her work in soft protrusions obliterated in black spots.

Yayoi Kusama on the Fierceness of Living

Yayoi Kusama- creating art despite mental illness & hallucinations for 60 years

Yayoi Kusama, detail of previous painting

Yayoi Kusama at Tate Modern

'Mt Fuji at a Sunset' (1989) by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama (b.1929). Acrylic on canvas. via Art Value

Yayoi Kusama - Art & Installation - Pop Art - Mt Fuji at a Sunset

Cloudy Flower

Kōshirō Onchi, Diving woodblock print, ink and colour on paper, x cm. Collection of Museum of Fine Arts