JAPANESE FOLDING SCREENS BY ICHIRO KIKUTA

Born in 1961.

He created works of art in various nature-rich areas, including Kaga city in Ishikawa, Bekkai-cho in Hokkaido, and Yonezawa city in Yamagata. His style is based on the Yamato-e-style sumi ink painting created by Sotatsu Tawaraya at the beginning of the Edo Period. In 2000, he won a prize at Kacho-ga Exhibition at Shohaku Museum in Nara. He started to develop his works with warmth of Japanese paper rather than works protected by glass or acrylic materials.

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