1. 2018
    Jul
    22
    Done By Hishida Shunso

    Hishida Shunso was the pseudonym of a Japanese painter from the Meji period. Shunso was born in 1874 and hailed from what is now part of Iida city in Nagano Prefecture. Moved to Tokoyo to study under Kano school artists Yuki Masaaki. Shunso studied in Tokyo Bijustu Gakko (the forerunner of the Toyo National University of Fine Artes and Music). He was also one of Okanura Tenshin’s pupils and played a role in the Meiji innovation of Nihonga.

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  2. 2018
    Jul
    22
    Done By Takeuchi Seiho

    Takeuchi Seiho was the pseudonym of a Japanese painter of the nihonga genre, active from the Meiji through the early Showa period. One of the founders of nihonga and was regarded as master of the prewar Kyoto circle of painters.

    Seiho was born in Kyoto taught in the disciple Kono Bairei of the Maruyama-Shijo school of traditional painting as a child. In 1882, two of his works received awards at the Naikoku Kaiga Kyoshinkai (Domestic Painting Competition).

    During the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1990, he toured Europe, where he studied Western art. After returning to Japan he established a unique style, combining the realist techniques of the traditional Japanese Maruyama-Shijo school with Western forms of realism borrowed from the techniques of Turner and Corot.

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  3. 2017
    Aug
    29
    loyiso mkize
    Done By Loyiso Mkize

    Loyiso Mkize hails from Butterworth, South Africa and has his bachelors degree in graphic design from Cape Peninsula University of Technology. Loyiso Mkize has worked several art spaces throughout Africa, United State and United Kingdom.

    Loyiso Mkize skillfully blends traditional classic oil painting with ultra modern abstract contemporary designs while exploring ideas of modernity, power, dignity and African heritage.

    Traditional South African Woman

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  4. 2017
    Aug
    29
    loyiso mkize
    Done By Loyiso Mkize

    Loyiso Mkize hails from Butterworth, South Africa and has his bachelors degree in graphic design from Cape Peninsula University of Technology. Loyiso Mkize has worked several art spaces throughout Africa, United State and United Kingdom.

    Loyiso Mkize skillfully blends traditional classic oil painting with ultra modern abstract contemporary designs while exploring ideas of modernity, power, dignity and African heritage.

    Bambanani

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  5. 2017
    Jul
    30
    wilfred lang
    Done By Wilfred Lang

    This is a vision of New York as well as an elaboration on the idea of a collective consciousness, it artwork is meant to be a meditative artwork wherein New York has symbolic meaning.

    The painting is a play of light and shape wherein the grand gesture of skyscrapers and bridges is juxtaposed with the small details of boats and splashes of color.

    city of light

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